Meet the 14-year-old genius who graduated from university with a degree in physics

Meet the 14-year-old genius who graduated from university with a degree in physics

A 14-year-old boy become the youngest graduate in the state of Texas after he completed his bachelor’s degree in physics.

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On 13 May 2017, Carson Huey graduated from the Texas Christian University, making him the youngest student to obtain a degree in the state.

Taking to social media, News Anchor Nzinga Qunta shared his inspirational story.

“A 14 year old, Carson Huey, graduated from university with a degree in physics. He asked his mom if he could do calculus at age 3. Incredible.”, she captioned the post.

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Some tweeps tried to figure out how it was even possible for a 14-year-old to graduate from university.

Luckily a social media user Owne Chipen explained how Huey was able to graduate at such a young age.

“If a child is so smart at school they normally make them to skip a grade sometimes can change two grades up in just a year!”, Chipen wrote.

And apparently Huey’s intelligence runs in the family. One tweep posted his little brother was just as amazing.

Briefly.co.za learned Huey would return to the Texas Christian University to pursue his Master’s degree in physics.

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