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At just 10 years old, the mexican Michelle Arellano, a girl from southeastern mexico with an intelligence quotient (IQ) of 158, two points below Albert Einstein, He will study medicine at the University of Massachusetts.
Michele, from Tuxtla Gutierrez, capital of the state of Chiapas, she is considered a genius girla characteristic present in three out of 100 childrenaccording to World Health Organization (WHO), and dreams of being medical, marine biologist and actress.
“My dream is to be a great doctor and be able to cure cancer, autism, biologist, marine and actress,” she said.
When Michelle was a year and a half old and learned to speak English as well as Spanish, at the age of 4 she could already read and write, and now she is fluent in French, Italian and German.
He passed the primary, the secondary and recently the test of the National Center for Higher Education Assessment (Ceneval) to certify your high school.
“I am happy because I have already accredited elementary, middle and high schools,” Michelle said.
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The little one will start his university studies in Augustthe first two years will be virtual classes then they will be face-to-face in United States, detailed Karina Guillen Cruz, mother of Michelle.
Michelle She is also considered an artist, draws, paints, plays the piano, and has also been outstanding in swimming, basketball, and is a black belt in taekwondo, among other disciplines.
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Karen Guillén Cruz, who is a surgeon, reported that finding the way and understanding her daughter was nerve-wracking and frustrating.
He had to consult specialists, searched the Internet for similar cases, but found little.
At the same time took care of the system Well your daughter was rejected from five primary schools in Chiapas, because they didn’t want to accept him because of his IQ, arguing that the teachers could not cope with his intelligence.
“It’s not easy either because you go to an institution, you come up against excuses, it’s that this and that, it’s that age. The truth is that I have exerted a lot of pressure,” Michelle’s mother said.
As soon as a school accepted her, her parents asked the secretary of education of Chiapas to raise her a grade, because Michelle was bored in class, because in a few hours she learned everything, she added.
The Ministry of Education accepted: From fourth grade, Michelle went to sixth grade. Then, with a single assessment, it accredits elementary school in November 2021, middle school in March 2022, and high school on July 4.
“Since I learned of the diagnosis, I have not let go of my daughter, we walk step by step according to what she feels, because yes: we have tried to be very careful of her emotional and physical integrity. “
Michelle and her mother are now looking for parents of gifted children to guide them and form a support network because the little girl wants everyone to have the opportunity to learn.
“Let them talk to their parents so that the teachers know these children and can help them with special classes,” explains the young girl.
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