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Adam Kirby’s parents Dean, 33, and Kerry-Ann, 31, from Mitcham, south London, realised their son was different when he potty-trained himself at the age of just one after reading a book on the subject. A two-year-old has become the youngest member of British Mensa after taking an intelligence test that ranked him smarter than Barack Obama and David Cameron. While most toddlers are busy learning to walk and scribbling on walls, child prodigy Adam Kirby enjoys reading Shakespeare, learning Japanese, Spanish and French, and even potty-trained himself. Adam, from Mitcham, south London, took the Stanford-Binet IQ test and scored 141, 10 points higher that two of the most powerful world leaders and four points short of Genius level, despite not even being able to speak in full sentences yet. The toddler’s parents Dean, 33, and Kerry-Ann, 31, say they realised their son was different when he’d potty-trained himself after reading a book on the subject aged just one.

Mensa was founded in England in 1946 by Roland Berrill, a barrister, and Dr Lance Ware, a scientist and lawyer. The society welcomes people from every walk of life whose IQ is in the top two per cent of the population. Albert Einstein apparently had an IQ of 160, while former US presidents Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin and Bill Clinton also racked up very high IQs – mustering 128, 160 and 137 respectively. Napoleon Bonaparte scored 145 and Sigmund Freud had a score of 156. There are currently more than 1,000 members of Mensa aged under 18. Children under the age of 10-and-a-half can join Mensa by submitting prior evidence of their IQ score being in the top two per cent. Adults and children over the age of 10-and-a-half, take the Mensa Supervised IQ Test.

The youngest person to ever join British Mensa was Elise Tan Roberts in 2009 aged 2 years and four months. At 29 months, Adam is able to spell 100 words, has conquered most of his times tables up to 10, has learnt his periodic table, and even mastered a world map puzzle designed for adults. After he scored so highly in the IQ test he was invited to join British Mensa, the society for those with outstandingly high IQs, and became the youngest boy ever to do so. Adam joined at two years and five months. His father, Mr Kirby, an IT consultant from Mitcham, London, said: ‘Adam’s abilities are outstanding and we’ve been actively developing his intelligence since he was 10 weeks old – but we’re certainly delighted for him. While most children are just learning to stand up or crawl Adam was reading books, his development was just mind-blowingly quick.

Genius’ category – puts him head and shoulders above the average Brit’s IQ of 100. Id”:”2508085241001″,”descr”:”Two-year-old Adam Kirby potty-trained himself at age one – after reading a book about it! He is now the youngest member of Mensa in the world. His remarkable level means he becomes only the 19th UK child ever to join Mensa before even going to school. I think the main reason for his rapid development is that we have found effective ways to make learning enjoyable.

Adam is able to progress at his own pace whenever he chooses to and in areas of his choosing. And he beats British Prime Minister David Cameron on the IQ test, too. He knows the planets of the solar system, dozens of pairs of words with opposite meanings – he has a great sense of humour and most importantly he is self-motivated, athletic, very happy and playful. 3 per cent of the population. And his parents expect him to score even higher once his communication skills develop fully. John Stevenage, British Mensa’s CEO, said: ‘The members of Mensa always welcome new additions as we aim to stimulate people in an intellectual and social environment. We are look to help gifted children and encourage them to develop at an extraordinary.