Famous People & Celebrities With High IQs
Among many things, Woodrow Wilson was most interested in subjects such as political science and history. Perhaps his love for learning helped him develop his 155.2 IQ. Plus, he has dabbled in several extracurricular activities during his college years, such as being the managing editor of the student newspaper and president of a student organization.
Although he initially wanted to be a lawyer, Wilson eventually shifted his sights to other endeavors. Besides his tenure as a professor, teaching various colleges throughout that period, Wilson is undoubtedly most known as the 28th president of the US. From 1913 to 1921, the late former president has left quite a legacy with his term in office. In fact, he even became the source of inspiration for succeeding figures such as Lyndon B. Johnson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. There are also landmarks and monuments to commemorate Wilson, such as the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library.