By the time Teddy Hobbs was 2-years-old, he could count to 100. By the age of 4, he could do this in seven different languages.
He has also apparently taught himself to read.
The Somerset, England youngster’s incredible intelligence landed him a spot as the UK’s youngest member of Mensa.
Mensa is a high-IQ society that only accepts people who score in the top 2 percent of the general population when taking a supervised IQ test.
The youngest overall member is a 2-and-a-half-year-old from the U.S. named Isla McNabb who lives in Kentucky.
Teddy took the test and was accepted into the group when he was 3-years-and-7-months-old.
Mom said he loved sitting for the hour-long test.
Teddy’s parents learned of their son’s high IQ when he received an assessment before starting school.
The tot taught himself to read by watching TV and playing on his tablet at the age of 2.
His parents didn’t even realize it at the time. They just thought he was making sounds while playing with the tablet.