And the 11-year-old prodigy from Brooklands can now boast to have a higher IQ than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, who are both believed to have had an IQ of 160.
Proud mum Bhargavi Kaushik, 36, said: "We are really proud of her achievement and our daughter is absolutely over the moon after getting that score.
"We knew Moksha was a bright kid but it was a score we never expected her achieve as she didn't prepare much for the test at all."
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But despite her remarkable IQ score Moksha has been denied a place at her preferred high school Buckinghamshire Grammar due to postcode catchment.
"She did really with her grammar school entrance test by scoring 145, but unfortunately they couldn't offer Moksha a place on the basis of catchment which is disappointing," her mum said.
"You should give a place on academic merit."
The youngster, who has read the Harry Potter series more than ten times, already has high aspirations for the future.
Her mum added: "She hasn't completely made her mind up yet but she wants to go to a really good university like Oxford or Cambridge and make it big."