Anne-Marie Imafidon (1990 – )

She was the youngest girl ever to pass A-level computing at the age of 11 in Britain. At 13 in 2003, she received a British scholarship to study Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University. At 15 in 2005, she was admitted to start a degree program by the University of Oxford. At 17, she started a Masters degree and in June 2010 she became the youngest ever masters degree graduate from Oxford University.

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