Two-Year-Old Boy With Albert Einstein's IQ Joins Mensa

Wed, May 2, 2012 4:37pm EDT by 5 Comments
Oscar Wrigley Mensa

While most two-year-olds can barely string together a coherent sentence, little Oscar is already learning about the history of Ancient Rome! Is he even out of diapers yet?

When your toddler is telling you about the reproductive cycle of penguins, you know you’ve got a smarty-pants. Oscar Wrigley recently became the youngest boy in England to be accepted by Mensa, at the tender age of two years and five months!

The boy genius has an IQ of over 160, according to reports from the Daily Mail. That’s the same as Einstein’s and Stephen Hawking’s!

“Every parent likes to think their child was special but we knew there was something particularly remarkable about Oscar,” said his father Joe, 29, an IT specialist. “I’m fully expecting the day to come when he turns around and tells me I’m an idiot.”

Mensa confirmed to the Daily Mail that Oscar was the youngest boy to join the society, which requires a minimum IQ of 148.

Oscar had started talking at nine months, and by 18 he could recite the alphabet, according to the report. At age two, he had a vocab of over one-thousand words when most kids his age only know about 50.

Wow! Can YOU believe how smart this little boy is, HollyMoms?

–Lorraine Chow

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