An 11-year-old British boy may be smarter than Albert Einstein.
Kevin Sweeney scored an impressive 162 on an intelligence test. This is the highest score you can get on the Mensa test.
Although Albert Einstein never officially took an IQ test, his score was said to be 160.
The child genius travelled from the small village of Upchurch to the Quaker Meeting House in Edinburgh where he took the test and was then invited to join Mensa.
There were no other children at the test, just adults.
Kevin, who has autism, is an avid fan of quizzes and game shows such as The Chase.
Mensa is the largest and oldest high-IQ society in the world and is open to people who score at the 8th percentile or higher on a standardised, supervised and approved intelligence test.