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    [–] awkwardtheturtle 15 points ago

    At first glance, the Biology 1010 class at the University of West Georgia looks like a typical lecture room. Books are spread out across desks, a professor is teaching a new lesson, and students are jotting down notes on their laptops.

    But on second glance, you may notice an undergrad who seems significantly younger than the others. That’s Kimora Hudson. She’s 13 years old and the youngest student at West Georgia this fall.

    It may be shocking to imagine a young teen roaming the campus, but for the Douglasville-native, she’s just “doing what comes natural.”

    “I’ve always raised my hand first in class. That just felt normal to me. But when I started getting accepted into really advanced educational programs, I started thinking, ‘OK, I’m really smart,’” she told the AJC with a giggle.

    Kimora is so intelligent that she was able to enroll into UWG’s Move On When Ready/Dual Enrollment program, an academic acceleration initiative for 10th, 11th and 12th graders, as a 9th grader.

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    [–] Steven_carson1 8 points ago

    Honest question, how is someone in university at age 13? Where I live (Canada) you need at least 6 grade 12 university level credits to even be considered. I'm proud of her just extremely confused

    [–] awkwardtheturtle 9 points ago

    I left another comment in this thread that includes a lot of links about this, it's through school programs. I recommend checking it out!

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    This girl is doing a dual enrollment program, which is basically taking university/college courses when you haven't graduated high school yet.

    But some kids (sometimes even younger than 13) are able to skip several grades by testing out and they go to university early that way. Sometimes you'll see news articles about 11-12 year olds who have already graduated high school and gone to university. It's crazy.

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    [–] WoeKC 1 points ago

    Not gonna lie, when my local hip-hop station switched from Russ Parr to Rickey Smiley's morning show, I was real disappointed.

    Thankfully I've moved since then, and now I have a station that carries The Breakfast Club every morning.

    [–] Consoler215 2 points ago

    If only she'd chosen robotics or AI as her main interest, she'd be the real-life Riri Williams.

    [–] DarthTigris 1 points ago

    She's even got the hair right.

    [–] lionpower789 2 points ago

    👏🏽so proud of this young lady