By NBC News
July 22, 2015

 

Meet 11-year-old Jaxon Cota, who just might be smarter than you.

Jaxon, of McKinney, Texas, has an IQ score of 148, was admitted to MENSA at age 9, and does high school level math for entertainment when he gets bored during the long days of summer.

By two, he was already reading aloud numbers up to fifteen digits long.

“Numbers have always just kinda stuck out to me,” says Jaxon. “There are just so many things about numbers that are fascinating and so many things to learn.”

Jaxon’s interest in numbers goes back to when he was two years old. When at…

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