11-year-old Ramarni Wildred scores higher than Albert Einstein on Mensa test
An 11-year-old English boy is smarter than Albert Einstein.
Ramarni Wilfred of Loom Grove, Romford took a Mensa test and scored higher than Steven Hawking, Bill Gates and even Albert Einstein.
He said: “I can’t begin to compare myself to these great men whose hard work clearly proves that they are true geniuses.
“Who knows? 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.”
Ramarni, his mum and older sister moved to Romford two years ago but it was a lot earlier that his mum Anthea started to realise there was something a little special about her son.
Anthea, 37, said: “By the time he was three he could read and write and from 18 months we discussed the news and his favourite book was an encyclopedia!”
Ramarni was part of a program for gifted and talented youth aged 10-16. The Brilliant Club is a program for those who come from less privileged backgrounds, but possess a level of intelligence that goes beyond the average student.
He scored an IG of 162, placing him in the top 1 percent in the UK.
Sound off below!