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6-Year-Old Youngest To Pass GCSE Exam
October 02, 2003
A six-year-old who did not even know he was taking the test is celebrating becoming one of the youngest people to pass a GCSE-level exam.
Aaron Ward, from Harleston in Norfolk loved playing on computers so much that his parents Sara and Terry decided to let him do a weekly evening class at a local centre - for adult education.
His achievement in passing his Level 1 NVQ Certificate for Information Technology Users was the subject of a special assembly at his primary school, Harleston CE Voluntary Aided in the village, said headteacher Roger Walsh. From Ananova
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cant take it that a 6 year old can beat ya you know you cant pass that exam if you tryed
Posted by: Kat at January 8, 2004 06:28 AM
Wish i had passed mine, not fair ):-(
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That Kid is a.k.a ALBERT EINSTEIN alias i be out of college before.
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