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Meet Little Black Geniuses With The Highest IQs Ever In The World

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Meet Little Black Geniuses With The Highest IQs Ever In The World

Over the course of history, the world has seen a few real geniuses. Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking are just a few of the most well-known brains. Is it possible that a third will emerge from today’s generation of thinkers?

Children must clearly have an excellent memory in order to acquire and remember new material, both at school and at home. According to Tracy Packiam Alloway, a psychologist, and author, “working memory is linked not only to learning (from kindergarten through college) but also to decision making in everyday activities.”

Many children’s IQs may now be determined thanks to Mensa, the world’s largest and oldest high IQ society, and believe me, African American kids are not left out.

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As a non-profit organization, Mensa is open to everyone who achieves a 98th percentile or higher on a supervised, standardized IQ or other authorized intelligence tests.

These are the Black kids with the highest IQs, according to the organization, which provides a venue for intellectual discussion among its members in more than 100 nations around the world:

Wilfred Ramarni

Ramarni Wilfred, a British teenager, has a higher IQ than Einstein, Hawking, and even Bill Gates. On his intelligence quotient exam, Ramarni scored 162.

He was just 10 years old when he produced a paper on the concept of fairness, and his extraordinarily high essay score entitled him to take an IQ test at Birkbeck University. The 16-year-old east London boy is one of the world’s 50 smartest teenagers.

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He was invited and accepted into Mensa, and his ambition is to study astrophysics at Oxford University.

Anala Beevers

Anala Beevers, a New Orleans native, had an IQ of over 145 at the age of four. She could recognize and point to each letter of the alphabet by the age of ten months.

Anala was reportedly reciting numbers in both Spanish and English by the age of 18 months, and by the time she turned five in 2014, she could recall the names of every North American state on the map, as well as their capitals.

According to the Daily Mail, her latest obsession is with the names of planets and dinosaurs.

Alannah George

Alannah George, a four-year-old girl, has an IQ of 140, making her the UK’s second-youngest Mensa member.

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She has an obsession with words and numbers, and she taught herself to read before she started school.

George, a student from Iver, Buckinghamshire, would rather recite the alphabet and times tables than sing nursery songs.

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