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Boy genius becomes youngest member of online IQ society

3 year old Sherwyn Sarabi, the youngest member of Mensa, has IQ of 136 and is pupil at  Rastrick Independent School.  29 January 2013.
Picture Bruce Rollinson

3 year old Sherwyn Sarabi, the youngest member of Mensa, has IQ of 136 and is pupil at Rastrick Independent School. 29 January 2013. Picture Bruce Rollinson

A four-year-old who has the same IQ as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking has become the latest member of an intelligence society.

Sherwyn Sarabi (right) who attends Rastrick Indepenent School, has become the youngest member of the HELLIQ high IQ Society.

To become a member of this society a person needs to perform in the top 0.003 per cent of the population - that is an IQ of 160, 99.997 percentile.

The society was the new millennium high IQ society for the profoundly gifted homines intelligentes. Founded on the first day of the third millennium (01/01/2001) by Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis MD, and functions as an entirely web based superior intelligence community.

Sherwyn knows the entire periodic table of elements and can also locate any country on a map and match it to their flags.

In January 2013 he became the youngest member of Mensa.

To become a member of Mensa you need to perform in the top two per cent of the population in terms of intelligence. That is an IQ of roughly 130, 98th percentile.

 
 
 

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