Child Genius


'Child Genius' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Indian-Origin Boy Wins UK Show With IQ Higher Than Albert Einstein's

    Indian-Origin Boy Wins UK Show With IQ Higher Than Albert Einstein's

    A 12-year-old of Indian-origin won the first round of the latest series of 'Child Genius', a show broadcast by Channel 4. Rahul, who has an IQ of 162, which is believed to be higher than the likes of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, got all 14 of his questions correct in the first round of the latest series of the show broadcast by Channel 4.

  • 10-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Named 'Child Genius 2016' In UK

    10-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Named 'Child Genius 2016' In UK

    A 10-year-old Indian-origin girl has been crowned as Britain's brightest child after she won a popular television quiz competition in the UK.

  • Indian American Boy In Fray For $100,000 'Child Genius' Prize

    Indian American Boy In Fray For $100,000 'Child Genius' Prize

    An Indian American boy, with his terrific memory skills and mathematical abilities, is all set to lock horns with two other finalists in the second season of Lifetime Television's competition "Child Genius: Battle of the Brightest", a media report said.

  • I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    12-year-old Neha Ramu has an IQ of 162 -the highest possible score on the Mensa test. That makes her smarter than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Here, she shares her story:

  • Uncertainty looms large over boy genius' future

    Uncertainty looms large over boy genius' future

    The future of boy genius Rizwan Shaikh is in jeopardy after his education sponsor decided to pull the plug on his monetary aid. Blessed with an astounding intelligent quotient (IQ), 10-year-old Rizwan caught attention of top cops a few years ago by correctly answering questions that are generally asked during MPSC exam.

'Child Genius' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Indian-Origin Boy Wins UK Show With IQ Higher Than Albert Einstein's

    Indian-Origin Boy Wins UK Show With IQ Higher Than Albert Einstein's

    A 12-year-old of Indian-origin won the first round of the latest series of 'Child Genius', a show broadcast by Channel 4. Rahul, who has an IQ of 162, which is believed to be higher than the likes of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, got all 14 of his questions correct in the first round of the latest series of the show broadcast by Channel 4.

  • 10-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Named 'Child Genius 2016' In UK

    10-Year-Old Indian-Origin Girl Named 'Child Genius 2016' In UK

    A 10-year-old Indian-origin girl has been crowned as Britain's brightest child after she won a popular television quiz competition in the UK.

  • Indian American Boy In Fray For $100,000 'Child Genius' Prize

    Indian American Boy In Fray For $100,000 'Child Genius' Prize

    An Indian American boy, with his terrific memory skills and mathematical abilities, is all set to lock horns with two other finalists in the second season of Lifetime Television's competition "Child Genius: Battle of the Brightest", a media report said.

  • I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    12-year-old Neha Ramu has an IQ of 162 -the highest possible score on the Mensa test. That makes her smarter than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Here, she shares her story:

  • Uncertainty looms large over boy genius' future

    Uncertainty looms large over boy genius' future

    The future of boy genius Rizwan Shaikh is in jeopardy after his education sponsor decided to pull the plug on his monetary aid. Blessed with an astounding intelligent quotient (IQ), 10-year-old Rizwan caught attention of top cops a few years ago by correctly answering questions that are generally asked during MPSC exam.

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