- A young lady identified as Tytianna Smith has been accepted into 49 schools she applied to
- The young lady also got GHC9.4 million in scholarships
- Although the brilliant, young lady was aiming to go to Stanford, she did not get accepted and will be heading to Norfolk university instead
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With $1.7 million (GHC 9.4 million) in scholarship and admission from 49 out of 50 schools applied to, Tytianna Smith is one young lady who has stamped her name on the honours list.
Smith who attended Lafayette High School in Lafayette Alabama, USA, graduated with a 4.6 Grade Point average (GPA) and was hoping to resume at Stanford University.
However, she did not get admitted to her first choice, she, however, got admitted to 49 other universities and won several millions in scholarship. According to reports, the brilliant young lady is set to resume at Norfolk university.
Smith believes that God is leading her to the school and she is set to make a difference. She said: “I thought he was leading me to Stanford but I’m confident the final destination was Norfolk and Stanford was just a part of the journey."
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.
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