9-year-old Girl With Autism Has An IQ Higher Than Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking – Video


Adhara Pérez Sánchez is from Mexico City and she is of nine years age. Adhara has already at this tender shattered the views and misconceptions among many people about people who have developmental disorders. Adhara is an intelligent little girl with a very high IQ level of 162.

According to PEOPLE Adhara’s IQ is slightly above the IQ level of notable geniuses around the globe who have IQ level of 160. Adhara has fascinating intellectual mind and has already graduated from high school. She is now in studying under two degrees, one being industrial engineering in mathematics and other one in system engineering. and one in systems engineering.

While speaking to Yucatan Times, Adhara said that she was “made a mockery at school.” Adhara was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome.

This is a disorder which has autism spectrum and can cause social interactions. Adhara’s mother Nallely Sanchez says that due to the syndrome, her daughter was bu-llied at school. Many students would call her with names like “weirdo” and “oddball”

Nallely told to Outlet, “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 hi-tting the little house. So I said, I don’t want her to suffer.” Nallely says that even though her daughter is a bright kid she did not want to go to school because other kids would b-ully her. She said her daughter went into deep d-epression. Adhara’s teachers would inform her parents that she has fallen asleep in the class and displays lack of interest in school.

Adhara’s mother knew that at home Adhara is a smart kid and she decided that she needed to change Adhara’s current education plan. She felt that she should get some therapy for Adhara. This was the turning point for Adhara. This is when they came to know that Adhara’s IQ is extremely high. All Adhara needed was a right learning environment that would understand her learning abilities and skill sets.

With her new education system on her side, Adhara was able to do well in her studies. At the age of five, she completed elementary school and later by 6 she finished her middle school. At a young age of 8, Adhara completed her high school. KNSD said that Adhara is now studying at Universidad CNCI. In this university in Mexico, Adhara is studying systems engineering and mathematics.

While studying at the university, Adhara took time out to write a book which translates to title “Do Not Give Up” in which she shared her life experiences. Adhara was featured in Forbes for Mexico’s 100 Most Powerful Women in the Mexico list. At an event organized by Institute of Art and Culture in Tijuana, Adhara gave a presentation on black holes. The kids who saw her speak were surprised and fascinated to hear her speak. A young girl Karen Alonso said “I am surprised because how can a little girl know so much more than an adult? She already has two college careers.”

Adhara Pérez aspire to become an astronaut and hopes that she work at NASA and travel to Mars. When the President, Robert C. Robbins of University of Arizona learned that Adhara desires to become astronaut, he decided to invite her to study astronomy at University of Arizona.

Arizona Republic, reported that President Robert Robbins wrote to a letter to Adhara, he wrote to her “I was thrilled to read about your incredible story online and to find out that your dream school is the University of Arizona.

We have many outstanding space sciences programs, you would have many opportunities to work side by side with the world’s leading experts… You have a bright future ahead of you, and I hope to welcome you on campus one day as a Wildcat.”

Adhara Pérez is learning English so that she can prepare for the given opportunity. Simultaneously, Adhara is also developing a smart bracelet that will help kids who have autistic symptoms. Vogue Mexico reports that the bracelet will help to monitor the emotions of these kids. The device will also anticipate and help to prevent seizures and other outb-ursts. Adhara said “I am making a bracelet that measures kid’s emotions and then parents will be able to see what emotion their kids have by checking a phone, tablet, or computer.”