- A brilliant African-American girl has gained admission into 62 universities
- Raylynn Symone Thompson graduated high school with a 4.71 GPA
- She is currently a student at the University of Oklahoma
Raylynn Symone Thompson, a young brilliant girl has affirmed that Black girl magic is real after she graduated high school with a GPA score of 4.71 and has been admitted by 62 universities.
Thompson said in an interview with KJRH that it took hard work and support of her family, teachers and friends to achieve the feat.
And not just that, Thompson’s hard work earned her over $1 million in scholarships.
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The intelligent teenager, who is committed to academic excellence, is already working at becoming a neonatologist.
Raylynn Thompson is currently a student at the University of Oklahoma and plans to complete her tertiary education in less than four years.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian teenager. Jeramy Botwe, has made global waves and dominated major headlines for his remarkable achievement after he received admission into all 15 universities he applied to including the eight Ivy League schools.
The universities include Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Standford, Brown, Dartmouth, Rice, Columbia, Cornell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Duke, University of Pennsyvaia, University of Texas, University of Houston and the University of Chicago.
17-year-old Jeramy Botwe studied at the Harmony School of Advancement in Houston, Texas, and graduated with a top GPA score of 4.51 for the class of 2019.
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