There are not very many individuals that get the good title of President of the United States. Those that do progress toward becoming president have in all likelihood centered the whole of their life on that objective. Which implies they did well in school, headed off to college, earned degrees, had fruitful vocations, and in the long run got into legislative issues. What a large portion of us don’t understand is that a few presidents dropped out of school and some turned out poorly all! Yet, does an absence of “appropriate” training imply that somebody isn’t sufficiently keen to end up president? You can see with your own eyes in this rundown we’ve made out of the presidents and their IQ’s!
#33. John Quincy Adams – IQ 168.8
Adams was responsible for ending the War of 1812. He aided in the negotiation of the Treaty of Ghent when he joined service under President Madison. Even though he only served as president for one term, he served in the House of Representatives for 18 years.
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