Pak boy creates world record by passing O-Level examination at 9

Islamabad, Jan 26: A nine-year-old Pakistani student has made a new world record by passing the O-Level examination of the University of Cambridge.

Rai Haris Manzoor, who studied in a private school till 2012 and after that at home by his parents, passed the O-Level exam in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, reported.

He completed the courses of seven classes in 17 months.

He said that he wants to become a barrister and is planning to do it from London in the next four years as three years are required to complete LLB (Honours) and one year to do Bar-at-Law.

His father, Rai Manzoor Nasir claimed that the normal age for passing the O-Level exam is 17 to 18 years, which means that 14 years of schooling is normally needed to pass the exam. (ANI)