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10-Year-Old Girl Has A Higher IQ Than Einstein and Hawking

 She's also working on two engineering degrees.

A 10-year-old genius is preparing to take over the world.

Adhara Pérez Sánchez, a young Mexican girl, has an IQ of 162, which is two points higher than Albert Einstein's and Stephen Hawking's. According to NBC San Diego, she aspires to be an astronaut in order to improve the world, travels to space, and even colonize Mars.

And she's well on her way to realizing her ambitions. She learned to read at the age of three, started putting together 100-piece puzzles, and even studied algebra. She is now studying systems engineering at Universidad CNCI and industrial engineering with a concentration in mathematics at UNITEC in Mexico.

But life hasn't been simple for her. Pérez Sanchez was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, an autistic spectrum disorder that makes social contact difficult when she was three years old, and she suffered in school as a result. She was ridiculed by her classmates, who referred to her as "weirdo" or "oddball." She slept through several of her classes and showed little interest in the topic, according to some of her professors, which was out of character for her, according to her mother, Nallely Sánchez. Because the small girl enjoyed passing the time at home by studying the periodic table, her mother decided to seek help for a new education plan after she became depressed and refused to attend school.

This was a turning point for the family, as it was discovered that she had a phenomenal IQ of 162. It's important to note that someone with an IQ of 130 is already considered gifted.

Following that, the young prodigy was able to learn in an atmosphere adapted to her specific needs, allowing her to complete elementary school at the age of five, middle school at the age of six, and high school at the age of eight.

She has even represented her university, Universidad CNCI, by speaking about black holes at an event held by Tijuana's Institute of Art and Culture, in addition to her two degrees.

She wants to go to the University of Arizona, which is her dream school because of its space exploration program, which has been acknowledged by NASA. Robert C. Robbins, the University's president, has already encouraged her to study there, and it's a perfect environment for a future astronaut.

As she pursues her dream of becoming an astronaut, the little girl is also utilizing her social media channels to reach out to other children on the autistic spectrum and encourage them to achieve their dreams. She went so far as to write a book about it. "Don't give up," she advises, "and if you don't like where you're at, start planning where you want to be."

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