- SA-born tech mogul Elon Musk's mother, Maye Musk, recently headed online to share an old photo of Musk's university technology aptitude test score
- The proud mom swooned over the fact that her son Elon had done so well that he had to redo the test
- Many people from across the world quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post
The world's wealthiest man, Elon Musk's mother, Maye Musk, recently headed on to Twitter to share a photo of an aptitude test that Musk did when he was only 17 years old at the University of Pretoria.
In her post, the proud mom shared that her son's technology aptitude score was so high that he was asked to retake the test because the university had never seen such an outstanding score before.
"I found your computer aptitude test from when you were 17. If I remember correctly, they had to retest you because they had never seen such a high score. No wonder you are such a brilliant engineer. #ProudMom," she wrote in the caption of the post.
Soon many people headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"You called him “Genius Boy” because you knew!"
"This is the equivalent of posting good grades on the refrigerator. Haha."
"He’s a naturally smart one. And a supportive family makes all the difference when it comes to confidence in life."
"Amazing, it’s absolutely fabulous that documents like this were saved. Thank you for being such an incredibly wonderful mom!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk has overtaken Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as the richest person in the world after his electric vehicle manufacturing company's stock rose by 4.7% on Tuesday, February 23.
Musk's nett worth increased by $7.8 billion (R112 billion) and the billionaire businessman is now worth $183.8 billion, while Bezos' nett worth stands at $182.4 billion, Forbes reports.
The nett worth of the Tesla boss has grown exponentially in recent times due to the increase in his company's stock. Briefly.co.za previously reported that briefly Musk was overtaken by the Amazon boss as the world's richest person. Tesla shares slid 8.6% on Monday, February 22, wiping $15.2 billion from Musk's nett worth.
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