8-Year-Old Mexican Girl Is Believed to Have a Higher IQ Than Einstein and Stephen Hawking
Adhara Pérez, a little girl from Mexico who was bullied over the years by her school mates, is believed to have a higher IQ than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
The 8-year-old reportedly has an intelligence quotient of 162, a score slightly higher than both geniuses, who had an estimate of around 160.
Despite her young age, Adhara has already accomplished so much in her life even though she had to face a lot of criticism and mockery from the other children.
A TARGET FOR BULLIES
At the age of three, the Mexico City native was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a disorder that is included in the autism spectrum and presents obstacles when it comes to social interactions.
According to Adhara, children were very mean to her, often calling her "weirdo," and her mother, Nallely Sanchez, even said that they once locked her daughter inside a little playhouse and started hitting it.
SHE ALREADY GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL
After that, Adhara developed a severe depression and didn't want to go to school. Teachers also noticed that she revealed a serious lack of interest and would often sleep in class.
That was when Nallely decided to find a better education plan for Adhara, as well as therapy, which helped her get back on track when it comes to her academic success.
By the age of six, Adhara had finished elementary school and middle school and graduated from high school at eight. Now, she's determined to earn two online degrees in industrial engineering in mathematics and in systems engineering.
The young girl wants to become an austronat some day
A BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD OF HER
It has been reported that Nallely plans on taking her daughter to the United States so she can attend the University of Arizona, Adhara's dream school.
In order to do that, she is currently learning English and has a particular interest in astrophysics. It is believed that the young girl wants to become an astronaut some day but still has a long way to go.
Aside from her studies, Vogue Mexico claims that Adhara is also working on a new smart bracelet that will be able to detect and prevent seizures and other outbursts by monitoring special children's emotions.