11-year-old girl has IQ above Hawking and Einstein

Adhara Pérez Sánchez, a young Mexican girl has an IQ of 162, which is really two points higher than those of Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. According to NBC San Diego, she aspires to become an astronaut so she may travel to space, change the world, and even colonize Mars.

And she is making great progress in achieving her aspirations. She started reading, putting 100-piece puzzles together, and even studying algebra at age three. She just earned degrees in industrial engineering with a focus on mathematics from the Technological University of Mexico and systems engineering from CNCI University.

She hasn’t had an easy life, though. Pérez Sanchez struggled in school following an early diagnosis of Asperger’s syndrome, which is on the autism spectrum and can make social interaction challenging. She was dubbed names like “weirdo” or “oddball” by her peers, who bullied her.

Her mother, Nallely Sánchez, said that she slept through some of her classes and had little interest in the subject matter, which was out of character for her. When the young girl developed depression and stopped wanting to attend school, her mother made the decision to seek help for a different education plan. The young girl enjoyed killing time by studying the periodic table at home.

For the family, this was a turning point because it was subsequently discovered that she had an amazing IQ of 162. It’s important to remember that someone with an IQ of 130 is already considered to be gifted.

After that, the little prodigy was given the opportunity to learn in a setting that catered to her special needs, allowing her to finish elementary school by the age of five, middle school by the age of six, and high school by the age of eight.

She has two degrees already, and she has even spoken at an event sponsored by the Institute of Art and Culture of Tijuana in order to represent her university, Universidad CNCI, by discussing black holes.

Her dream school, the University of Arizona, which has received praise from NASA for its space exploration program, is where she wants to go next. Robert C. Robbins, the university president, has already extended an invitation to her to go, and it is unquestionably the best environment for a future astronaut.

The young girl is using her social media channels to connect with other autistic youngsters and encourage them to follow their goals as she travels the path to become an astronaut. She even published a book on the subject. Don’t give up, she advises, and if you don’t like where you are, start making plans for where you want to be.