Seven-year-old Singaporean boy looks for place in university

He is only seven but he took his 'O' Levels in Chemistry in January this year.

Now, Singaporean boy Ainan Celeste Cawley is searching for a university that is willing to take him in.

The young genius has ambitions to be a research scientist, but his immediate goal is to take the 'A' Level Chemistry early next year.

Besides attending primary school, Ainan is also tutored at home, and has been receiving enrichment lessons at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

His parents want to enrol him in a university as soon as possible as they are concerned that he may lose interest in science.

So the family has launched a worldwide appeal for a place in university, and are hoping to secure fundings to pay for Ainan's education.

They also hope that he will read chemistry and other subjects like physics, biology and nanotechnology.

His parents said Ainan started walking at the age of 6 months, and by one, he could engage adults in complex conversations.

By three, he was drawing hyper-dimensional objects, some of which had hundreds of sides.

And by the time he turned six, Ainan started composing piano pieces.

Source: CNA

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