Meet The Black Teen Genius With An IQ Higher Than Bill Gates And Albert Einstein

Ramarni Wilfred

At age 11, Ramarni Wilfred has an IQ higher than Bill Gates, Professor Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. With a score of 162, Ramarni is the youngest person to score higher than Einstien, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates. He is considered a genius and the smartest boy in England.

Ramarni Wilfred began displaying genius traits as a young child when his favourite book was an encyclopedia. He was able to read and write before entering the first grade at his school, and last year, while still in elementary school at the age of 10, he authored a philosophy thesis on fairness that won him a 2:1 and a mock Oxford graduation.

It’s that excellence that caught the attention of MENSA, a high IQ society that “welcomes people from every walk of life whose IQ is in the top 2% of the population, with the objective of enjoying each other’s company and participating in a wide range of social and cultural activities.”

Mum Anthea protested when his reception class sought to advance him a year because she wanted him to grow up with other children his own age.

The late Profesor Stephen Hawking, Microsoft founder Gates and Einstein all have 160 IQs. Ramarni scored 162, putting him in the top 1% in the UK.

Ramarni’s former teacher, Valerie Mulae, described him as “remarkable”, adding: “He just stood out. He shone.”

Mensa’s chief executive, John Stevenage, said: “Anyone who registers an IQ score which places them in the top two per cent of the population has done remarkably well. The score Ramarni achieved therefore is very good and shows he has great potential.”

Author: Abu Bakarr Jalloh

Abu Bakarr Jalloh is a Sierra Leonean content writer, author, Neo Pan-African and founder of The African Dream, an online platform for inspiring, positive and compelling African stories. Contact: abubakarrjalloh@theafricandreamsl.com WhatsApp: +23276211583
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