- Kimora Hudson is just 13 years old
- However, she has already joined college
- She has been a high achiever from a young age
A 13-year-old girl in Georgia, US is out-achieving most youngsters her age.
While most of her age mates are starting high school or are in middle school, Kimora Hudson is already starting her first year of college.
The high-achieving girl has enrolled as the youngest student at the University of West Georgia in the 2017 intake.
In an interview, Kimora's mother, Fawn Hudson, said Kimora's precocious talent was clear to see from an early age.
Fawna said she therefore developed a human growth and development monitoring group that exposed Kimora to extracurricular enrichment at an early age.
Kimora appreciated the help she received. She said: "All throughout my life my mom was always making sure I was prepared for everything. My parents know what I need, and they always strive for me to do my best."
She hopes to pursue a career in medicine. Although middle school to college is a huge step up, Kimora is confident. She said: "You can't be scared to try new things, and you always have to try your best."
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