- A 16-year-old boy has made headlines after he obtained high scores in a distinguished test
- Ramarni Wilfred scored an IQ of 162 which is a higher IQ level than Steven Hawkins, Bill Gates and Albert Einstein
- He recently sat in an interview with the BBC to explain what it takes to become possibly, the smartest boy in London
At 16 years old, Ramarni Wilfred has gained global interest for having an Intelligence Quotient (IQ) higher than Bill Gates and the estimated 160 of Einstein.
The East London schoolboy, who scored 162, recently sat in an interview in 2019 to explain what it takes to become the "smartest boy in London".
‘’It’s sort of the satisfaction that you feel when something clicks for you and you just get it and all of these puzzle pieces just slot into place,’’ he said in the interview.
Wilfred studied at a comprehensive school in London and has an IQ of 162 which is higher than the estimated IQ of Einstein and Bill Gates and off the top, 1% in the UK.
Even at a very young age in nursery, Ramarni Wilfred, would always raise topics or ask question about very political subjects, something he’d seen on the news.
Reading by age 3, the 16-year-old took a distinguished test, which as a result, discovered that he has a higher IQ level than Steven Hawkins, Bill Gates and Albert Einstein.
Wilfred scored an IQ of 162, placing him in the top 1 percentage in the U.K.
Meanwhile, while students are expected to study hard to obtained the best grades during and after they complete school, scoring all As is an achievement that ought to be celebrated and Nana Adwoa, a student from Wesley Girls finished WASSCE with 8As.
Despite the herculean challenge STEM subjects pose to many students, 17-year-old Nana Adwoa, pulled it off with 8As in all eight subjects including Elective Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Elective Mathematics.
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