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Meet 9-yr-old Indian American Mensa boy who's working on college degree

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A nine-year-old Indian American boy is already working on earning his college degree.

Tanishq Abraham was inducted into genius society Mensa at the age of 4, and scored in the 99.9 percentile on a standardized intelligence test.

The youngest student to be accepted at American River College in Sacramento, California at the age of 8, Abraham spends his days among students more than twice his age - whom he also occasionally lectures.

"I like particle physics and contemplating the fate of the universe," the Daily Mail quoted him as telling the Digital Journal.

Precocious being an obvious description for him - while his acute intelligence was first recognized by his mother at the age of 2-1/2 - Abraham keeps his parents busy trying to keep up.

His father, Bijou, is a software engineer, and his mother Dr. Taji Abraham, a doctor of veterinary medicine.
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