Black Kids with the Highest IQs in the World, One of them Beats Einstein and Bill Gates


While the world has produced several geniuses over the years, blacks have consistently been part of the mix. However, it is sad that most of the black men and women have been blessed with some of the highest IQs in the world have had their light dimmed.

Presently, there are three black geniuses who have been identified to have some of the highest IQs in the world. They are: Ramarni Wilfed, Anala Beevers, and Alannah George.

Let Naijawide walk you through these three exceptional children even if the world won’t.

Black Kids with the Highest IQs in the World, One of them Beats Einstein and Bill Gates

From L-R, Ramarni Wilfred, Alannah George, and Anala Beevers

  1. Ramarni Wilfred

Ramarni Wilfred ranks as one of the most brilliant children in the world, tallying 162 in his IQ score. This puts the black kid’s score higher than some of the greatest minds the world has ever seen in Albert Einstein and Bill Gates with both their IQs being 160 each.

According to Face 2 Face Africa , 16-year-old Ramarni was only 10 years old when he wrote a paper on the Philosophy of fairness.

  1. Anala Beevers

Anala Beevers is a black child who already had a terrific IQ of 145 at the young age of four. At just 10 months old, she could identify the entire letters of the English alphabet.

When Anala was five, she could recite the name of the entire North American countries and capital on the map.

  1. Alannah George

Alannah is the third-ranked in the list of black kids with the highest IQs in the world. The 4-year-old is obsessed with words and numbers and has an IQ score of 140 at her young age.

The genius taught herself to read even before starting school and also prefers reciting the alphabet and multiplication table rather than singing nursery rhymes.

She is the youngest member of Mensa UK, the oldest and largest international high IQ society in the world.


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