This girl is the youngest student in the world and she achieved it at the age of…

Before becoming 18, it took 100 years for someone to complete the Harvard University Master of Mathematics for the Teaching program. At the age of 13, Dafne Almazán became the youngest Mexican in history to get a degree in psychology from the Monterrey Technological and Higher Education System.

Her tale is particularly interesting since, even as a young child, people had noted that she was unique. By the time she was ten, she had successfully completed her primary, secondary, and high school education.

After completing her undergraduate studies, she concentrated on acquiring two professional certificates at Harvard University: one in significant learning techniques and one in differentiated education. In February 2017, the same institution approved her to pursue a master’s degree in mathematics.

In the formal act, Dafne stated that her goal in pursuing this master’s degree was to use everything she had learned for the better. She added that gifted children are hyperactive and that music is a great way to channel their energy and raise more well-rounded kids.

Regarding her debut as a singer-songwriter, she said, “I wouldn’t be shocked to see six-year-olds writing like Mozart.

She is a young woman who has won numerous awards, including the 2016 National Psychology Award, the Mujer Tec Award, the 2018 Mexico City Youth Award, and Forbes’ list of the 50 most powerful women in Mexico. Mexico.