An 11-year-old graduated from a California college on Wednesday, earning associate degrees in maths, science, and foreign language studies, according to the LA Times.
Tanishq Abraham attended American River College in Sacramento and accomplished the feat by taking college courses while in high school.
At this point, Abraham is fairly used to accomplishing impressive achievements. He became one of the youngest members of the impressive IQ society Mensa at 4 years old.
And the pre-teen has a healthy amount of swagger to go along with his accolades.
“Even on the first time I came to a college class, I wasn’t really nervous, so, this isn’t much of a big thing to me,” Abraham told CBS News on Thursday.
Abraham is now turning his focus ahead to the future and says his aspirations include becoming a Nobel Prize-winning doctor, medical researcher, president of the US.
But for now he is basking in the glow of his accomplishments with his family.
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