Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Two-year-old with same IQ as Einstein

Oscar Wrigley, accepted into Mensa.
clipped from www.telegraph.co.uk

Oscar Wrigley, a two-year-old with the same IQ as Albert Einstein and Stephen
Hawking, has become the youngest boy in Britain to be accepted into Mensa.

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clipped from www.telegraph.co.uk

Assessors at the Gifted Children's Information Centre in Solihull said Oscar,
with an IQ of at least 160, is one of the brightest children they have every
come across.

He has been ranked in the 99.99th percentile of the population and has been
ranked off the scale as the Stanford-Binet test cannot measure higher than

"His abilities fall well within the range sometimes referred to as
intellectually gifted. He demonstrated outstanding ability," he said.

John Stevenage, Mensa's Chief Executive confirmed Oscar had been accepted aged
two years, five months and 11 days.

"Oscar shows great potential. Converting that potential to achievement is
the challenge for his parents and we are delighted that they have chosen to
join the Mensa network for support", he said.

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