Which smarty from history do you most resemble?
Did you know that everyone has someone from history whom they most resemble when it comes to their IQ, personality, characteristics, intellect, demeanor, and more? It's true! If you are most like Charles Dickens, you are an old soul and incredibly wise beyond your years. He was an English writer, poet, social critic. He is known for his literary masterpieces including Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol and David Copperfield. He is also regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period, the time when England reigned supreme in the literary, science, trade and military world. Just like him, you have a way with words and can express yourself better than most people. If you are most like Galileo Galilei, you are a true dreamer and big picture thinker. He was an Italian physicist, astronomer, mathematician, philosopher. He is best known for giving us the telescope. But that's just a mere speck in his wide-reaching scientific achievements, namely the discovery of planetary objects such as Callisto, Galilean moons, Europa, Ganymede, and Io. He was also responsible for confirming through actual observation the heliocentrism nature of the solar system—the sun is at the center and the planets revolve around it—putting him at the crosshair of the Inquisition during his time. Just like him, you aren't afraid to use your brainpower to reach for the stars. If you are most like Leonardo Da Vinci, your intellect is multifaceted. He was known as the Italian Renaissance man for a reason. His genius spanned across science and art - and so does yours. Best known for his Mona Lisa, Da Vinci was actually more than an exceptionally talented painter. He was a mathematician, engineer, inventor, sculptor, architect, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer. He was the epitome of the Renaissance man, bringing to the world his wealth of knowledge to advance mankind's fate. Just like him, you have plenty of unique gifts to offer the world. So who do you most resemble? Find out now!