Saturday, May 12, 2012

Emmelyn Roettger: MENSA - HIGH IQ SOCIETY TODDLER goes on Today... and says she needs to poop.. VIDEO !


She is the youngest member of Mensa in the country, but this morning, Emmelyn Roettger reminded the nation that while she may be a genius, she is still just three years old.
The youngster, who became a member of the high-IQ society when she was just two, appeared on the Today show - and told viewers she needed to 'poop'.
'My belly hurts!' Emme, from Washington, D.C., told her parents after correctly answering host Natalie Morales's questions about the solar system. 'I have to go poop!'
Despite this childish curiosity, Emme has been deemed one of the  BRIGHTEST  MINDS  in the country with an IQ of 135. She was accepted into Mensa aged two and 11 months last March.

By 15 months she was recognising letters and could write them before turning two. She learned to write her name and count to 100 shortly after her second birthday.
When paediatricians continued to refer to the toddler as 'delayed', her mother sought new support.
She came across the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, a standardised intelligence test designed for children between the ages of two-and-a-half and seven.
Emme scored so highly - in the 99th percentile on all measures - that Michelle submitted her score to Mensa.
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