With a score of 162, Ramarni Wilfred is the youngest person to score higher than Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates.
When it comes to high IQ's, names like Einstein and Stephen Hawking automatically come into the conversation.
Well now, there's a new name to add to that list: Ramarni Wilfred. The 11-year-old smart guy recently took an IQ test and scored 162, which is higher than Steven Hawking, Bill Gates and Albert Einstein.
In an interview with the Romford Reporter, the Romford-resident expressed his emotions toward the news. "I can't begin to compare myself to these great men whose hard work clearly proves that they are true geniuses," said Wilfred.
The news of Wilfred's smarts isn't new to his family. His mother, Anthea, started noticing how smart her son was, at a very young age. "By the time he was three he could read and write and from 18 months we discussed the news and his favorite book was an encyclopedia," said Anthea.
His growth and intellectual acheivement have given Wilfred the opportunity to attend Mensa, the largest society for high IQ's in the world. His acceptance will not only include invitations to events, but it will also give him a chance to commingle with people of his own age, that have similiar interests.
Even with all of the doors that his genius nature has opened--and all of the doors to come--Wilfred still sounds like a happy 11-year-old boy. "Perhaps my 'true genius' moment will come when I grow up, but for now I am just proud of myself and happy that my mum and sister are proud of me too."