‘Weird’ 8-year-old child discovers she has an IQ greater than Albert Einstein

Adhara Pérez, who was only eight years old at the time, was teased and branded “weird” at school. She was a standout. The explanation for this is that Adhara is a kid prodigy. Her bullies would have been impressed to learn that Adhara, at the age of eight, is earning two online degrees in the profession of engineering.


The gifted are typically the ones to bear the brunt of suffering in society more often than not. They have a unique way of thinking and perceive the world through a broader and more profound lens. Intellectuals, artists, and even musicians are susceptible to suffering from feelings of alienation.

And Adhara Pérez, who is still quite young, is aware of this fact.


There is speculation that Pérez has an IQ of 162. To put that into perspective, her score is somewhat higher than the ones achieved by the well-known geniuses Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. According to estimates, those two men had an intelligence quotient of 160.


When Adhara was just three years old, her physician determined that she had Asperger’s Syndrome. The autism spectrum includes Asperger’s syndrome, which is a form of developmental condition. A person who has been diagnosed with the disease struggles more when it comes to dealing with their relationships with other people.

The young woman says that her situation was “made a mockery of at school.” She was called names like “weirdo” and “oddball” by both her classmates and the bullies. Even the instructors at her school had the opinion that Adhara wouldn’t be successful in the future.


Her mom, Nallely Sanchez, said: “I saw that Adhara was playing in a little house and they locked her up. And they started to chant: ‘Oddball, weirdo!’”

“And then they started hitting the little house. So I said, I don’t want her to suffer.”

The young Adhara fell into a “very deep” depression as a result of the stressful experiences she had while she was still in school. She was getting to the point where she did not want to attend school anymore, and her teachers stated that she would just sleep and show little attention in class.


Nallely was well aware that her daughter was exceptional in that she possessed a level of intelligence that was uncommon among children. Algebraic knowledge and the periodic table were both subject areas that Adhara excelled in. Therefore, Nallely decided to enroll her daughter in counseling.

The doctor advised Nallely to take Adhara to the Talent Care Center, so Nallely did as they were told.


The center vouched for Adhara’s brilliance, and she was designated a genius. It was at that institution that she was able to thrive in an atmosphere conducive to studying among other students who also possessed extraordinary abilities.

Adhara graduated from elementary school when she was 5, from middle school when she was 6, and from high school when she was 8. Adhara is currently working towards obtaining not one, but two online degrees. Both an industrial engineering course in mathematics and a systems engineering course are on her academic agenda.


Adhara was recognized as one of the 100 most influential women in Mexico by Forbes México. After that, she documented her life as a “genius girl” in a book she penned herself. A young lady who was picked on and harassed by her peers.

The title of the book, when literally translated, means “Do Not Give Up.”


Pérez is also working on creating a wearable technology bracelet that can monitor the feelings of “special” youngsters.

Nallely is considering taking Adhara with her on a trip to the United States so that her daughter can sit for the admissions test at the University of Arizona. That is Adhana’s ideal educational institution. And we have no doubt that she will succeed.

The brilliant young girl is currently improving her English in preparation for her impending journey to the United States, where she intends to study astrophysics. The reason for this is that Adhana has always had a dream to be an astronaut.