14 Year Old Muslim Boy Yasha, Youngest Math Teacher at University of Leicester in UK

14 years old Muslim boy Yasha who became the youngest teacher in the University. He is a degree student at the university himself
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14 Year Old Muslim Boy Become Youngest Math Teacher at University of Leicester in UK:

You are shocked?

Even when I came to know about boy of only 14 year old and he is math teacher in University I also shocked but it’s true. At age of 14 where all children play and don’t take there study in serious way at this he become teacher and teaches student who is more bigger than him. Yasha Asley, a 14 years old  who  became the youngest teacher in the University. He is a degree student at the university himself.

Imagine a 14 years old boy in University, and now imagine him not as a student but as a teacher there.

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Yasha was able to get a perfect 100 on A-level Statistics, math and pure math. His father added that his son doesn’t really exert any effort on solving math problems. It is almost automatic for him, which is extraordinary. Since early childhood, Yasha displayed exemplary skills in numbers, which prompted his father to really hone his son’s ability and allowed it to flourish.

Yasha Asley was only 12 when he embarked upon the three-year undergraduate degree. After completing his degree in University he started teaching at that University.

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Asley was the first child in the world to earn an A grade in math A Level scoring 100 percent when he was just 8-years-old.I’d like to stop here again and say quickly that I remember dropping a full-blown deuce in my pants during a soccer game when I was 8. Once again, Asley and I are not from the same planet.

No college or secondary schooling for Yasha. Yasha is someone who jumped from passing 6th grade to university to pursue a professional degree – and also; got his first job as a ‘teacher’ to the university students.

The young genius doesn’t have a complete plan on what career he would take but he plans to get his PhD. However, at the moment, he is happy helping other people learn the intricacies of math. Yasha has the gifted ability of taking on problems, analysing it and explaining it in the simplest way anyone can understand, a true genius in the making.

Rupanjali Upadhyay
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