Anne-Marie Imafidon who bagged master’s in math at 20 from Oxford, passed A-level at 11

Anne-Marie Imafidon who bagged master’s in math at 20 from Oxford, passed A-level at 11

- Anne-Marie Imafidon, a 29-year-old genius, got admitted for her first degree by University of Oxford at the age of 15

- Before that university admission, she had passed her A-level exams at the age of 11, making the youngest ever to achieve that

- At 20, she bagged a Masters degree in mathematics and computer science from Oxford and worked at different known organisations like HP and Goldman Sachs

Anne-Marie Imafidon is one of the few geniuses Nigeria is blessed with. Born in 1990, she passed her A-level in computing at the age of 11 and became the youngest girl to ever achieve that feat.

At the age of 15, she got in for a degree programme at the University of Oxford. Imafidon currently speaks six languages.

Nine years after that, at 20, she obtained her master's degree in mathematics and computer science from the University of Oxford.

Ann-Marie's father, Chris Imafidon, is from Edo state. He is an ophthalmologist.

Several years after, she worked in popular companies like HP, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, adding more colours to her already-amazing CV.

She had honorary doctorates from institutions like Kent University, Open University, Glasgow Caledonian University, and Bristol University, and a fellowship programme at Keble College, Oxford.

She is currently the co-founder of STEM, a company that has helped more than 40,000 young people across Europe to explore the world of science and the whole tech community.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Bamisope Adeyanju, a human rights lawyer, and current masters student at Columbia University School of Law in New York City, has made the nation really proud.

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She was awarded a whopping $50,000 scholarship by the global law firm called Baker Mckenzie. It should be noted that Bamisope finished from the Nigerian Law School in 2015. Afterwards, she worked with the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project in Lagos where she was the head of a team that traced down a big sum N388.304 billion in London Paris Club Loan refunds.

At the Columbia university, she is said to be working under two great experts in international human rights, Professor Sarah Cleveland and Visiting Professor Amal Clooney.

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