A 13-year-old boy with a bachelor’s degree in physics and mathematics from the University of Minnesota in the United States has been admitted to the PhD.
Elliott Tanner’s parents, often described as “Little Einstein”, enroll their son in the University of Minnesota and seek $ 20,000 to complete his studies.
According to Elliott’s mother Michael, her son’s interest in science began at the age of three, when he suddenly learned to read easily and showed a love for numbers.
“I have an interest in physics, which I consider to be my favorite science, and I teach it to university students,” Elliott was quoted as saying by the British newspaper, The Daily Mail.
According to Michael, his son completed his high school curriculum at home in two years and began his university studies at the age of nine.
“Although he is growing up fast like other children, he is still very young to me. I hope he will continue his education and achieve higher degrees,” Michelle added.
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