11-year-old Muslim boy gets highest possible IQ score


11-year-old Muslim boy gets highest possible IQ score

An 11-year-old British Muslim has scored 162 on an IQ test, outscoring Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking and hitting the highest possible score for a child.

Yusuf Shah, a year-six student from Leeds, achieved the maximum IQ for under-18s.

He took the Mensa test after constantly being told how smart he was by his friends.

“I have always wanted to know if I was in the top two percent of people who take the test, it feels special to have a certificate for me and about me.” he said.

Shah is not the only genius Muslim student to make such remarkable success.

In 2019, Tara Sharifi, an Iranian girl and a student in UK’s Aylesbury High School, scored an impressive 162 points. The result put Sharifi well above the “genius benchmark” of 140.

Source: Metro.co.uk

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