MOST children haven’t even started school at the age of four.
But one little boy has stunned psychologists with an IQ as high as that of Albert Einstein.
Sherwyn Sarabi scored 160 on the Wechsler scale, the highest possible mark on an IQ test
His score proves an extraordinary intelligence, matching that of Albert Einstein, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking.
Sherwyn, from Barnsley, Yorkshire, started school two years early and became a member of Mensa at the age of three.
He astounded his parents when he spoke his first words aged just 10 months and has continued to amaze ever since.
Educational psychologist, Dr Peter Congdon said: “Sherwyn has a very superior level of intelligence, he is incredibly gifted and his vocabulary is out of this world.
“His intellect reaches the highest possible levels of reason and when he talks to you he has the social skills of a much older child.
“His mental age is measured at 8 years and 9 months, more than twice his actual age.
“It is very unusual for a child to have this type of intelligence, he came out at the very top on the tests.
The clever four-year-old started school two years early [CATERS]
He is incredibly gifted and his vocabulary is out of this world
Dr Peter Congdon, educational psychologist
Sherwyn is already studying work usually given to eight and nine-year-olds at Rastrick Independent School, Huddersfield, West Yorks.
His mother, Amanda Sarabi said: “He is a very happy healthy child and loves to talk.
“He questions everything and I have been doing my best to answer his questions to the best if my knowledge.
“His general knowledge is amazing for a four year old, I think it’s because of all the questions he asks all day long.
“Sherwyn has read over 190 books and his favourite is the encyclopaedia as he loves learning new things.”