Are you smarter than a 2-year-old?

Probably not, in the case of Zayn Riyas.

Meet America's youngest Mensa member. He's 2, and he lives in Frisco.

— WFAA (@wfaa)January 31, 2019

The Frisco, Texas toddler is America's youngest Mensa member. According to WFAA in Dallas, Riyas started reading at 13 months old and his IQ is 142. According to researchers, the average IQ in the United States is 98.

Riyas isn't alone in being a young Mensa member. A representative for the organization told WFAA there are 56 Mensa members aged five and under out of the organization's 50,000 members.

According to, to qualify to be a member, candidates "must achieve a score at or above the 98th percentile on a standard test of intelligence."

If you're curious if you would qualify for Mensa, the Luxembourg branch of the organization has a test to check your chances of passing a real Mensa test. You can take the quiz here  (unsurprisingly, it's extremely difficult).