A 10-year-old from Beaconsfield has scored in the top 1% in a Mensa IQ test.

Aaron Mann, who attends Caldicott School, scored 147 in Culture Fair test, which is five points higher than the estimated IQ's for Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein.

Cattell Culture Fair III A test is largely diagrammatic, with 50 questions and tests not based on fluid intelligence rather than general knowledge.

To join Mensa, you have to get a score of 132 in this test, and Aaron is one of the youngest children to qualify and receive an invitation to join the group.

Mensa has over 20,000 individuals with very high IQ's, who have meetings and opportunities for group members to network.

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Aaron said: "I was shocked when I got the result through the post - I never expected to get such a good score.

“At first, I was really nervous but once I started, it was much easier than I expected it to be and then I relaxed, it was only the time pressure that was difficult.

"It will be a wonderful opportunity to meet other people within the Mensa system."

Aaron is heavily involved in activities at his school, has many hobbies, and has even written a book.

Aaron wrote 'Bearman', a story about human technology threatening the life's of animals, which has raised £220 for Battersea Dogs and Cats charity.

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He's won various awards for his writing and won the Caldicott School's Roald Dahl Competition, for which his piece was on show at the museum in Great Missenden.

Aaron is also a keen musician and is studying towards Grade 3 in singing, Grade 4 in guitar and Grade 5 in double bass.

His mum Suman has always been impressed by Aaron's "analytical and inquisitive mind."

She even had to restrict him to ten 'why's a day' when he was a toddler as he would ask so many questions about the wold around him.

Aaron continues to be heavily involved in his school sporting, music, and acting activities as well as remaining passionate about charity work and other extra curricular activities.