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A number of young Mensa members are among the children featured in the second series of the fascinating Channel 4 documentary Child Genius. Child Genius, the landmark programme documenting gifted children, returns for a second series to catch up with the incredible young minds for the first time since they were featured on Channel 4 early last year. So how have their lives changed since viewers last saw them? How do they balance their gifts with the challenges of growing older? And how are their parents coping, raising such exceptional children? Two minute programmes provide an insight into how the lives of some of the brightest children growing up in the UK have developed. Plus a new Child Genius is introduced: three-year-old Georgia. Her mother Lucy is so desperate for Georgia to get into a nearby school that she had her IQ tested to try and get her in.
Child Genius Season Two
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It is based on a UK program by the same name. The series premiered on January 6, , on Lifetime. This season's cast only consisted of 12 geniuses between the ages of 9 and Timothy Gunn replaced Pam Mueller as question validator. Question consisted of adding and multiplying a series of number together i. For the first minute competitors were allowed to use a pencil and paper to solve, but for the second minute they could only use their minds. With only one hour to memorize, the competitors had to recite the order of their cards. Once they got one wrong, or could not remember any more cards they were out. ROUND 1: Zoology Competitors were given 90 seconds to answers up to 10 questions about Zoology, such as classification, identification, and anatomy.