A 14-year-old math genius has become a part-time lecturer at the University of Leicester in the UK. He was the youngest ever student and also the youngest ever lecturer at the University.
Proud Yasha Asley said, “I am having the best years of my life. I love going to university and I love my new job helping other students.”
He is called the human calculator. At the age of 8, he became the youngest child in the world to achieve an A grade in the math A level test, scoring 100 percent. He went straight to University after finishing only five years of primary school. He loves math, as it is an easy and enjoyable subject to study. In addition, he can also speak four languages.
According to his father Moussa Asley, Yasha is “so good at understanding problems and explaining them in a clear way he is perfect for the job.” He added, “I am just so proud watching him flourish and grow doing something he loves.”
Christine Kim Staff Reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. What score did Asley get in the math A level test?