Is it possible to have a higher IQ than Albert Einstein? Well yes it is since a 16-year-old schoolgirl from Essex is said to have an IQ higher than that of Albert Einstein. Lauren Marbe, 16, shocked teachers by scoring 161 on the Mensa brain test after she was entered with other pupils from her school for fun, the Telegraph reported. The teenager loves fake tanning, blonde highlights, manicures and getting dressed up for parties themed around her favourite reality TV show. She is the daughter of a black cab driver and dreams of one day being a performer in the West End - like Essex celebrity Denise Van Outen. But her remarkable brain test score means she is now officially smarter than Professor Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and Einstein - who all have an IQ of 160. Marbe has now been enrolled in prestigious society Mensa, which means she is officially in the top one percent of cleverest people in the world. The dedicated pupil - head girl of her primary school and currently a prefect - was already considered bright after scoring a double A* in her science GCSE, which she took a year early. She is now aiming to take A-Levels in art, physics and maths after her GCSEs, this summer, and would love to study architecture degree at the University of Cambridge.Source: ANI << Cyprus Destroys 16 Tonnes of Hamburgers Over Horsemeat Scan... Relationship Anxieties may Lower Immunity and Increase Risk... >> Recommended Reading Chess Enhances Mental Ability - FIDE Trainer Speaks Chess encourages the overall development of a person where the game prepares one to handle life with astuteness and sensibility. READ MORE The ‘Cup’ of Life - Only the Breast Over the Rest! The 16th World Breast-Feeding Awareness Week is commencing today, August 1st, 2007. READ MORE Multitasking: Good or Bad for Your Brain? Is multitasking good when your brain frantically switches between tasks or does it slow down the brain processes causing changes in brain structure? Learn what happens to the brain when you multitask. READ MORE Most Popular on Medindia Find a Hospital Turmeric Powder - Health Benefits, Uses & Side Effects Fongitar (Zinc Pyrithionone) More News on: Multitasking: Good or Bad for Your Brain?