5 ordinary people with extraordinary IQ


4. Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis

Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis has an IQ of 198. Evangelos has exhibited his interest in research having contributed to 2 publications having completed clinical audits. He started off as graduating with a medical degree from the University of Aristotle in Greece. Katsioulis is credited for his research that has proved to be very useful to the medical industry for a long period of time.



5. Marilyn vos Savant

Marilyn vos Savant has an IQ of 190 though it has been disputed by her critics who say she is not that intelligent. But her rise to fame is definitely attributed to the fact that’s she was featured in the Guinness book of records as the world’s most intelligent woman in 1985. And that’s not all; Marilyn is one lady who is known to have done different IQ tests with some tests even showing a number as high as 218. Vos Savant is most widely known for her weekly column in Parade, “Ask Marilyn”. In “Ask Marilyn”, vos Savant answers questions from readers on a wide range of chiefly academic subjects, for example, she solves mathematical or logical or vocabulary puzzles posed by readers, occasionally answers requests for advice with logic. Aside from the weekly printed column, “Ask Marilyn” is a daily online column which supplements the printed column by resolving controversial answers and correcting mistakes.



  • sad that after 25 years their high IQ’s have not been fully utilized. No flying cars, free energy,string theory research just like the writer of Lord of the Rings. 300 points 54 languages but no scientific or sociological contributions

  • First off, there is no such thing as free energy, Ye. Second, the work people like Yung and Hirata did for NASA led to many advancements in the space program. Yung left NASA and the US to go back home to help Korea build better infrastructure. Third, we have flying cars but no one is going to let a bunch of non pilots fly machines they can’t maintain. Have you seen how people keep their ground based cars?!

    As for string theory, well I’m sure some of them have advanced the theory mathematically but I feel string theory is probably never going to pan out as we’d like it too. I agree with Einstein that if a theory is too complex its probably worthless.

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