What was Albert Einstein's IQ?

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Albert Einstein's IQ was 160. The average range of IQ for most people is between 85 and 115 points; this makes Einstein's IQ significantly above average.

Albert Einstein was a German physicist most famous for his equation E = m(c^2), which is the formula for mass-energy equivalence. As a result of his wealth of intellectual successes, his name later became a replacement for the word "genius." Einstein shares his IQ ranking with a few other geniuses, including George Eliot and Nicolaus Copernicus. Above him in IQ rankings are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Charles Darwin, Galileo Galilei and Bobby Fischer.

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