Boy, 11, Has A Higher IQ Than Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking

An 11-year-old boy has become one of youngest ever members of Mensa after scoring an IQ higher than Albert Einstein and Professor Stephen Hawking. 

Kian Hamer registered the maximum score of 162 on the Cattell III B paper, a test used by Mensa to assess IQ.

High-IQ society Mensa sent a letter to Hamer confirming he is among the top 1% of intelligent people in the world. 

“I feel proud to have achieved such a good score and I’m really excited to be joining Mensa,” said Kian.

“I always work my hardest in everything I do and I’m always up for a challenge.”

Kian, of Coventry, West Midlands, took the test under supervised conditions at Woodlands Academy along with his Year 7 classmates in February 2016. 

Even after receiving the letter from Mensa, Kian – who plays football for Coventry…

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