10. Dylan Toh
Dylan toh was making academic waves when hestarted solving some of the hardest math problems in the world. He startedbecoming bored in school, and got approved from the Singaporean ministry of education to accelerate his education it wasthen that Dylan found brilliant. ORG and got connected with mentors fromuniversities. He is now studying robotics alongside his mathematics.
9. Colin Carlson
By the time he was 15 years old, Colin Carlsonhad already completed two bachelor degrees in 2012 at the University ofConnecticut. In 2013, he got his master’s degree. Usually at a time whereteenagers are graduating high school, Colin was accepted into the PH.D. Programat the University of California at Berkeley. Studying ecology. In South Africadue to his age, and filed a complaint against the university.
8. Shrinidhi Prakash
At the age of 11, shrinidhi Prakash won theBritish television show, “Child Genius” where she competed in categories suchas debating, logic, mental arithmetic, spelling and general knowledge against21 other finalists. Not only did she “child genius”, but she was also the worldscrabble champion for the under 12 category. Also, she is a big fan of the BBC’sbusiness editor Robert pestion and even penned a lengthy essay for his review.
7. Heidi Hankins
In 2012, 4- year old Heidi Hankins was acceptedinto Mensa due to her IQ score of 159. Her parents first started to pick up onher smarts when she displayed a love for reading. Her father explained that hebought her the oxford reading tree books when she was just two years old andshe read through the series in about an hour, which usually something that’saccomplished by a child’s of 7 years old. Not only is she smart, but at the ageof 5, she started wowing the world with her amazing watercolor art.
6. Jacob Barnett
When Jacob Barnett was a young child, he wasdiagnosed with autism, and his mother was told that he wouldn’t ever learn hisABC’s and to not even bother with alternative education methods. Luckily,Jacob’s mother didn’t listen, and it turned out that she had a child prodigy onher hands, as Jacob was accepted into college at the age of 11. Jacob startedto work on his master’s degree in physics at 15 m at the perimeter institutefor theoretical physics. At the age of 18, he started working on his doctoralprogram at the perimeter institute. Needless to say, the doctors who workedwith Jacob when he was young were clearly quite wrong.
5. Saffron Pledger
Even though she was just three years old,saffron pledger was already adding, subtracting, reading, and writing, not tomention that she could already count up to 50 despite not going to school.After being tested, she scored an IQ score of 140, which was 40 points higherthan the national average. Unsurprisingly, she became a member of Mensa, thusbecoming one of the youngest to join after tan- Roberts.
4. Akrit Jaswal
By the time he was 10 months old, akrit jaswal wasalready walking and talking. By the times he was two, he was reading andwriting, and quoting Shakespeare by the time he was five. Akrit has the highestIQ in the country of India with a score of 146, beating out nearly 1 billionpeople. He was performing surgery on people in his village by the time he was 7years old, gaining nationwide attention over his medical knowledge and skills.At the of 12, he started studying science at Chandigarh college and he is theyoungest student ever accepted by an Indian university.
3. Alexis Martin
In February of 2014,at the age of three years old, Alexis martin joined Mensa with an iq score thatexceeds 160 [ according to her father] which is higher than 99. 9% of other 3-year- olds. She started reading at the age of two and was reading at a fifthgrade level by the time was three. Alexis even taught herself Spanish with herpad.
2. Sherwyn Sarabi
Sherwyn sarabi is so smart that he startedschool two years early. When he blew away the academic content, he was testedby psychologists, and he tested off the scale and got the highest possiblescore of 160, which is believed to be the same score that Einstein would havehad. He joined Mensa at the age of three. And at four years old, his mental age tested out to be 8 years old and 9months. Before most kids could read, he had over 190 books under his belt bythe age of 5!
1. Elise Tan
Roberts- Born in December 2006, Elise tan-Roberts hails from Great Britain. When she was an infant, she showed greatintelligence after having exceeded her motor skills and working beyond herappropriate age group. At the young age of two years and four months, she wastested and her IQ was 156, just four points lower than Einstein’s. Elise wasthe youngest child to ever be inducted into Mensa.