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number 10 so first Stephen Hawking he is a theoretical physicist cosmologist author and the director of research at the centre for theoretical cosmology many people doing all this but at the age of nine years old his grades were ranked among the worst in his class no with a little bit more effort he brought those grades up to about an average but it came time to apply into college the only way that Stephen Hawking’s was able to go to Oxford University was on a full scholarship don’t yet throw out the scholarship exams he aced them getting a nearly perfect score all the son he just became a genius Stephen Hawking is best known for his involvement with his discoveries in the field of theoretical physics which included the development of the Big Bang Theory despite being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis better known as ALS to us which left him completely paralyzed his brain recorded an IQ of 154 which took the world by surprise regardless of his diagnosis from his doctors Hawking lived a full and very productive life this is all with the help of science and modern medicine.
Albert Einstein secures himself in at number 9 the exact IQ of Albert Einstein is unknown and he never took the test but experts predict his IQ is somewhere between the range of 160 to 190 he is best known for developing the theory of relativity which is one of his theories that provides the foundation over modern understand of physics not too many people were aware of this but Einstein was actually a slow talker and some say that he didn’t actually begin to talk until the age of four years old doctors even considered the term the Einstein syndrome and this is the term to describe exceptionally bright people whose speech is delayed Einstein has failed his university entrance exam and he had to reapply a year later the pathologist who did Albert Einstein’s autopsy stole his brain and kept it in a drawer for 20 years after discovering his parietal lobe was 15% larger than the average brain.
strategically placing herself in at number eight we have Judit Polgar this woman right here she’s a 35 year old Hungarian chess grandmaster what is that and she’s off to consider as one of the strongest female chess players in history she recorded an IQ of 170 and in 1991 at the age of 15 years old she beat Bobby Fischer which earned her the title of becoming the youngest Grandmaster of chess her father raised her and her sisters as an experiments in education by attempting to prove that children could make exceptional achievements if trained from a very early age I would have to say that this experiment was very successful because look at it so what if we all were trained at a very young age you’d all behind Stein’s and then it would just be the norm.
earning himself in at the number seven spot I’m talking about Leonardo da Vinci a lot of you guys probably heard of him like Einstein we couldn’t give an exact figure to what his IQ was and it’s for the simple reasons iq test didn’t exist back then however experts have been able to assume that da Vinci’s IQ was most likely in the range from about 180 to 190 which would make him among the highest IQ ever DaVinci never received any kind of formal education he did however receive instructions on a home in subjects such as reading writing and mathematics Leonardo da Vinci was an incredible artist he was an inventor a scientist a mathematician and engineer a writer also a musician I mean whatever you put a smart mind to he was able to accomplish a lot of known fact about Leonardo da Vinci is he had dyslexia and when he made notes of his invention it was written all in Reverse which actually was a plus for him because it was hard for other people to look through his notes and try to steal his ideas.
Richard Rosner and his IQ puts him in at number six he has an IQ of 192 Richard Rossler is actually an unusual case he isn’t the typical genius he has written for Jimmy Kimmel Live I mean is that why that guy is so funny because he hired a genius behind him and he’s also done other TV shows as well this guy’s also been employed as a stripper a doorman a male model and a waiter in 2000 he and famously appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire while he was on the show he was asked about the altitude of capital cities incorrectly and after that he decided to see the show however he did not win his case bridger placed second in the world genius directory in 2013 he reportedly proceeded to study 20 hours a day and he did this to try to accomplish the smartest IQ ever but he didn’t succeed.
There’s people smarter than him just like the person we’re talking about next who has a hundred and ninety four IQ and we’re talking about Garry Kasparov and he comes in to number 5 Garry Kasparov is Russia’s chess grandmaster he’s considered to be the best male player to have ever played the game he was ranked number one in the world 225 times in 2003 he played against a chess computer that calculates three million moves per second that match was a draw and Garry please this fans with his ability to keep up with the computer Kasparov was the youngest undisputed world chess champion just at the age of 22 years old here’s a world record for the most number of second of victories and most number of chess Oscars besides from being a chess player he was also a writer and also a political activist.
Kim Ung-yong moves his way into number four his IQ was recorded at 210 damn which makes it no surprise that he was a child prodigy he was able to speak fluently at just six months old I’m 25 years old and I’m struggling with English here he was a great student in physics at Hong Young University at just the age of three years oh he was able to read English German Korean and Japanese by his third birthday and by his first birthday he was able to solve complicated debt free antral and integral calculus problems I don’t even know what this is later on on a Japanese television he demonstrated his proficiency in Chinese the Spanish Vietnamese Tagalog German English Japanese and of course let’s not forget Korean and if that wasn’t enough he was invited to NASA to study in the United States and let me tell you his age, eight years old he left NASA at the age of 16 years old and although he was offered a job at Korea’s most prestigious university he rejected the offer and he decided to pursue civil engineer and he gained a PhD in it.
Christopher Bharata was notice to have an accelerated mind at an early age puts him into the number three spot.
Christopher Harada is a Japanese American who’s confirmed an IQ of 225 I didn’t even know IQ can go that high at the age of three years old he was able to calculate his parents shopping bill he was able to calculate all the items by weight all the discounts all the percentages everything you’ve ever want to know not really he was able to do he was also reading the Dr.
Seuss series by himself at a young age he was able to recite the alphabet backwards I can’t even do that z Y X W I should just say it forward and get my editor to play it backwards for me he’s also coded the alphabet sequence numerically for example the letter O was 15th in sequence in the first grade he was doing algebra Christopher entered the California Institute of Technology for two years and they he started to work with NASA on a project exploring the possibility of colonizing Mars.
Gifted with an IQ estimated between 225 and 230 where tumble chair towel and he comes in in a number two this prodigy first displayed his incredible intelligence at the age of two years old windows able to solve basic arithmetic questions on his own when he was nine years old tail be gained part-time studies and mathematics at Flinders University by the time he was 16 he finished a science degree he got his master’s when he was 17 years old and his PhD at Princeton University when he was 20 Thao has pages of awards he also has a lot of prizes and medals to his name the most prestigious award being the Fields Medal which is the mathematics equivalent to the Nobel Prize well he received it back in 2006 people actually refer to this guy as the Mozart of math.
Finally in at the number one spot with the top ten people at the highest IQs I’m talking about William James Sidis he’s another individual whose exact IQ is unknown he’s just too smart we couldn’t calculate it experts have said his IQ is somewhere and it’s a pretty big range but it’s about 250 to 300 he could be the only guy in the world to have 300 IQ so he officially or unofficially I guess has the highest IQ in recorded history at the age of two years old William could read English and a four years old he was typing original literature at the age of five years old he devised a formula where he could name the day of the week for any given historical day he registered at Harvard University at the age of 12 years old which made him at that time the youngest person to have ever enrolled at Harvard University he graduated laude which means honors before he was 16 years old he didn’t just excel in mathematics he can also speak fluent in many languages I’m talking French German Russian Latin Turkish and many many more whatever languages you want to learn he’s just gonna go read a book and then tomorrow he’s mastered it it’s really sad to say but the smartest guy in the world ever recorded in history he passed away at the age of 46 years old this is due to cerebral hemorrhage so there you guys have those the top 10 people the highest IQs ever let me know if I missed anyone or who did you guys think with my eyes like you and also don’t forget to click the link and it’s time to reveal my IQ so I did the test and my IQ was 117 so my IQ is superior intelligence but I doubt it I gotta go okay bye.
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