minor native of Chiapas, Mexico She is recognized as a genius girl because according to the World Health Organization this condition giving her this title occurs in three out of every hundred children. It all started when at the age of one and a half he perfectly learned to speak Spanish and English, at the age of 4 he already knew how to read and write, currently he dominates French, Italian and German. “Some psychologists told me that I was an adult in a small way,” the mother said in an interview with Uno TV.
The girl was rejected in many schools in her area because of her high coefficientShe was later accepted into an educational institution, but while she was there her parents asked the Secretary of Education for a “grading acceleration”.
The request was granted and Michael was promoted from fourth to sixth grade, with the minor able to have his primary studies recognized through an assessment in November 2021. By March 2022 he took another exam and passed high school. Overall, he passed the primary, secondary and exams of the National Center for Higher Education Assessment (SENVAL) to certify his high school.
“They told us they could get accreditation for a single assessment, so we accepted that offer and in November 2021” Recognizes primary school and now accredits secondary and high school through the same examination in March 2022”, he told Uno TV.
Among his goals is to become a cardiovascular surgeon and then a biologist. His studies will begin in August of this year for about two years, and then he will go personally to the state of Massachusetts in the United States of America to continue training. Michael also defines himself as an artist as he draws, paints, plays the piano, and has also excelled in swimming, basketball and has a black belt in Taekwondo among other disciplines.
But Mexico has been the cradle of people with these characteristics, Because in 2019, the story of 11-year-old Samaira Mitte was known, whose coefficient is more than Einstein beat him by two points with 162. The minor was born in Boca del Rio, a city in the Mexican state of Veracruz.
At the age of three, she was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. He is currently studying two university degrees Virtually Industrial and Systems Engineering. In addition, he receives private math classes at home and studies English at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Unam), one of the most prestigious in Latin America.