In a remarkable display of cognitive prowess, four-year-old Muhammad Ayad from Pakistan has achieved an astounding IQ score of 195, surpassing the historical IQ scores of renowned figures like Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, both of whom were estimated to have had IQs of 160.
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Muhammad’s exceptional intelligence was brought to light as he demonstrated an impressive grasp of general knowledge, correctly answering questions ranging from global population statistics to identifying the largest country and the most spoken language in the world. His mother, understandably astonished by his IQ results, revealed that Muhammad had initially scored even higher.
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This young prodigy is affiliated with the World Intelligence Network and is a member of 65 high-IQ societies. His intellectual capabilities have allowed him to accomplish three years of kindergarten curriculum in a mere six months. Impressively, Muhammad excels in subjects such as geography, biology, and chemistry, performing at levels typically expected of children twice his age.
Muhammad Ayad’s extraordinary intelligence has ignited curiosity and admiration, and his journey promises to be a source of inspiration for many.