11-year-old Muslim student Yusuf Shah has surpassed even the great scientists in the IQ test.
According to the report of a foreign news agency, Yusuf Shah from Leeds, England has scored 162 in the international Mensa IQ test.
Stephen Hawking and Einstein are believed to have scored 160 runs, a British social media site has praised the performance of 11-year-old Yousuf Shah.
An 11-year-old schoolboy has achieved a higher IQ score than two of the world’s most famous geniuses 🤯
Yes, indeed. We couldn’t believe it either 🙌🙌🙌
Here’s what we knowhttps://t.co/aH9uIdEJrO
— Metro (@MetroUK) November 13, 2022
According to the report, Yusuf Shah has become an important person in the area along with his family by getting the highest score among people under the age of 18 in the IQ test.
The brilliant student started brainstorming with cubes and after just one month of hard work, he appeared in the IQ test and successfully won the record.
Yusuf Shah lives with his father Irfan, mother Sana, two brothers Zaki and Khalid in Whitton Moor, Leeds.
Yusuf Shah says that he decided to take the IQ test after being praised by his schoolmates.
He said, “I always wanted to be among the two percent who took the test and this certificate means a lot to me.”
He said that he likes to do anything that keeps the mind active while he wishes to study his favorite subject, mathematics, at Oxford or Cambridge.
Yusuf Shah’s mother says about her son’s success, ‘I am proud of my son who is the first member of our family to take the Mensa IQ test.
She said that initially she was worried because there would be older people in the test hall and she would be nervous to see them, but she performed brilliantly.