I was never great at collegeing, but this kid is taking it to an unnecessary level.
Cigdem Kahyaoglu, 19, a second-year mathematics and pre-med student at the University of Toledo, shared a picture of an 11-year-old boy named Daniel. Oh, and Daniel just so happens to be in her Organic Chemistry class. At Rutgers University, it took most of my buddies two tries to pass organic chemistry, so it’s honestly melting my mind that a pre-teen is taking the class.
Daniel, currently in high school, isn’t just taking the class, he’s offering to tutor. Daniel told the class if they have any questions, to just email him.
This isn’t Daniel’s first time embarrassing college students, as he took f*cking Calculus last year. Show-off.
According to Metro, Daniel was the youngest ever Chemical Educational Foundation’s National Challenge Champion in 2015. The challenge encourages pupils aged between 10 and 16 to explore chemistry concepts and their real-world applications.
He picked up his prize – a $10,000 scholarship to help fund their higher education expenses – at the White House Science Fair in April.
Maybe most amazing of all, he’s met both the President… and Bill f*ckin’ Nye.
In all seriousness, this kid is pretty damn impressive, and I’d sooner vote for him than either of the two candy ass presidential candidates we’re currently faced with.