At the age of 12, talented Sousen Ahmed successfully passed her final exams at Broward College in Florida, becoming the youngest graduate in the institution’s 61-year history.
At the graduation ceremony, the rector addressed her, saying, “Thank you, Sousen. Thanks to you, we were able to show that Broward College is helping to fulfill the dreams of all its students, regardless of their age.”
Like her peers, Sousen loves to play Minecraft, watches Disney movies, wears caps and sweatshirts, but has a degree in biology.
She intends to continue to improve in this profession
The girl plans to enter the University of Florida at the Faculty of Microbiology.
Born in Rhode Island, the daughter of Drs. Vesam Ahmed and Gina Ahmed, from an early age surprised her parents with her extraordinary abilities.
At 15 months, she was already speaking in sentences. At the age of two, she could read and write.
She was ready to enter school much earlier than her peers, but the schools refused to accept a child prodigy, so Sousen studied remotely.
At the age of 9, she successfully graduated from high school and entered college.
When asked if she regrets the lost childhood, Sousen confidently replies that she does not.
“Really, there is nothing I regret. I do a lot of things my peers do. Going to college was something extra, but it didn’t replace my childhood,” says the gifted graduate.