The prodigy whose IQ surpassed the 12-year-old Einstein, stunned with his "terrible" academic achievement

Miss Laurie Harber I 07:01 15-01-2022

The prodigy whose IQ surpassed the 12-year-old Einstein, stunned with his "terrible" academic achievement

12-year-old prodigy Barnaby Swinburn surpassed Albert Einstein in intelligence. In the future, the 12-year-old prodigy dreams of becoming a programmer.

The Bristol Post reported that British teenager Barnaby Swinburn (12 years old) asked his parents for two Christmas gifts: Mensa's IQ test and cryptocurrency. Mensa, known as the High IQ Association.

Accordingly, Swinburn received the maximum score for the test with 162 points.

The prodigy whose IQ surpasses the 12-year-old Einstein, stunned with his academic achievement "terrible" - first

12-year-old prodigy Barnaby Swinburn surpassed Albert Einstein in intelligence. (Photo: Ghislaine Swinburn)

With this result, the 12-year-old boy's IQ is higher than 99% of the world's population. At the same time, surpassing even Albert Einstein - whose IQ is 160 points, while the world average is 100 points. The boy was also accepted into the Mensa Society.

Barnaby Swinburn loved math and chemistry. In the future, the 12-year-old prodigy dreams of becoming a programmer, but in the meantime the boy is considering university courses and wants to go to Oxford.

Barnaby's mother Ghislaine (50 years old) said: "We don't push Barnaby at all, everything he does is his idea. It has been a journey of self-discovery for Barnaby and this is just it. is the first step”.

It is known that the Mensa organization includes about 134,000 members, in 100 countries, in 51 national groups. The age of the members is not limited, as long as they meet the criteria, anyone can join.

Before that, Isaiah Gyamfi from South West London, England was only 2 years old, but he was already able to write, count in English, Spanish, French. This young genius is also fluent in multiplication and subtraction problems and recently impressed when he was able to learn to count numbers from 1 to 40 in Japanese in just 24 hours.

Jazelle (30 years old) Isaiah Gyamfi's mother said that her son understands and grasps all new information very easily from the age of 5 months. When Isaiah was eight months old, Jazelle asked him about the letters and, unbelievable, not only did he point them out correctly, but Isaiah also spoke them fluently.

Isaiah likes to study alone. The boy has a white board and a pen to practice writing numbers every day, remembers words very quickly. Day by day, the 2-year-old genius reads and writes fluently, even helping his classmates recognize numbers.