Elliott Tanner, a 13-year-old genius, has made history by graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and a minor in Mathematics from the University of Minnesota in the United States. This remarkable feat is three years behind the world’s youngest Bachelor’s degree holder, 10-year-old Michael Kearney. Upon graduating, Elliot expressed his joy to Life Science, saying, “I feel ecstatic. It is a truly surreal experience.”
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His parents realized Elliott’s academic potential before he even entered school; he had already displayed remarkable skills in language and mathematics by the age of 3. At 5, he enrolled in his local kindergarten, but his parents quickly noticed the traditional education wasn’t suitable for him.
His mother, Michelle Tanner, recalled, “He was talking about particle accelerators when he was 5 years old when other kids were pretending to be Superman on the playground.” By the time he attended university at 11, Elliott had already completed most of his college courses.