Oscar Wrigley: 2-Year-Old with Same IQ As Einstein and Hawking
Oscar Wrigley is only two years old, but already he has the same IQ as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking and is the youngest boy ever in Britain to be accepted in to Mensa.
Oscar has an IQ of at least 160, the average for adults is usually around 100, but Oscar has been ranked off the Stanford-Binet IQ test as it only goes up to 160.
Oscar's father Joe, 29, an IT specialist from Reading in Berkshire, said: "Oscar was recently telling my wife about the reproductive cycle of penguins.
"He is always asking questions. Every parent likes to think their child was special but we knew there was something particularly remarkable about Oscar.
"I'm fully expecting the day to come when he turns around and tells me I'm an idiot."
Mensa is a high-IQ society for those who score at the 98th percentile or higher in an IQ test.
Oscar is actually not the youngest person in Britain however; Elise Tan Roberts was admitted to Mensa when she was just two years, four months and 14 days old with an IQ of 156. Oscar is two years, five months and 11 days old.
Some famous Mensa members include:
Joyce Carol Oates