- A Twitter user, AhmedSQRD, has celebrated earning a degree in Applied Mathematics
- The fresh graduate posted photos with his parents, thanking them for their support throughout his journey
- AhmedSQRD indicated he'll soon be pursuing his postgraduate degree
After earning his undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics, a Twitter user, AhmedSQRD, has celebrated the feat on social media.
Announcing the achievement on his Twitter page, he disclosed that he plans to further his education with a postgraduate degree.
''Your boy's a Stanford grad! I'm grateful to graduate with honours in applied math and continuing onto my master's in CS next.''
AhmedSQRD credited his parents for the success as he posed with them in photos during his graduation ceremony.
''I'm incredibly grateful for all my friends and especially my parents for moving mountains to get me where I am,'' he said.
AhmedSQRDl also posted a group picture in which he posed beside his classmates donning their graduation robes.
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Maths shark: Brilliant lady drops beautiful photos as she bags degree in maths from top university
Earlier, Briefly News reported in a recent post on Twitter, a young lady, Marie-Rose Tonguino, revelled in her achievement after earning a degree in mathematics from the University of Oregon.
The maths genius shared a series of posts on her Twitter page to announce the feat.
''Maths majors graduate, do they earn degrees or do those come in radians? Asking for myself,'' her post read.
Elsewhere on Twitter, she indicated that she would miss the university's library as she visited the place for the last time during her graduation.
''I’m going to miss you so much @uolibraries, especially the Knight library. Thank you for everything,'' she said.
Marie-Rose Tonguino posted frames in her graduation regalia, beaming with smiles.
Her post has garnered the positive comments of her followers.
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Source: Briefly News