Three Young Geniuses Among the Highest IQs Ever in the World
Three young kids have been described by Tuko.co.ke, a Kenyan website, as being among the highest IQs ever recorded, according to an article shared by MSN.com this past year.
The world has produced a high number of geniuses during our time, and these three kids have been identified as having the intellectual prowess to make it as part of an elite and prestigious group.
The three geniuses have been identified as Ramarni Wilfred, Anala Beevers and Alannah George, according to the aforementioned websites, and are believed to have some of the highest IQs in the world.
Each child is a member of Mensa, which is the world’s oldest high IQ society, and they are considered to be the world’s “topmost geniuses,” the report said.
1. Ramarni Wilfred-
With an IQ of 162, young Ramarni has a higher score than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
The boy, whose IQ is also higher than Bill Gates, was only 10 years old when he wrote a paper on the philosophy of fairness, according to Face 2 Face Africa.
Photo via African Leadership Magazine
2. Anala Beevers-
Only four years old, Anala has an IQ of over 145. She was able to identify each letter of the alphabet at just 10 months, the article said.
When she reached the age of five, Anala could recite the names of every North American state and capital on the map.
Photo via Face 2 Face Africa
3. Alannah George-
With an IQ of 140, Alannah was said to be the youngest member of Mensa at the time of the article’s release in November 2020. Alannah hails from the United Kingdom.
She is said to have an “obsession” with words and numbers.
Alannah taught herself how to read before beginning school, and prefers to recite the alphabet and multiplication tables rather than singing nursery rhymes.
Photo via Urban Women Magazine
The term IQ stands for a standard measure of human brain and intelligence using indicators such as a person’s ability to reason and apply information obtained through problem solving.
Short and long term memory, ability, and the speed of solving puzzles also factor into a person’s IQ score.
Recently, a three-year-old Malaysian boy named Muhammad Haryz Nadzim was said to have been invited to join Mensa after scoring 142 on the Stanford-Binet IQ test, placing him in the top .3 percent of all who take it.
Mensa Chief Executive John Stevenage congratulated young Nadzim saying the society is delighted to have him.
The boy’s mother also stated that her family knew her child was special before he joined the group.
In 2019, Tuko.co.ke released its list of the top ten people with the highest IQ in the world.
It was topped by William James Sidis, whose IQ was estimated to be between 250-300.
Sidis, a statistician, made history as the youngest student to join reputable American universities to pursue mathematics, according to the MSN.com article.