Apparently, there is a 19 old attending at Arizona State University's W.P. Carey school of business. According to this article he is quite the prodigy.
The Los Angeles native began attending community college at 8 years old. He transferred to UCLA at 12, graduated with a degree in math, and at 16 enrolled in an online master's program in cybersecurity at Brandeis University.
n fact, Cavalin is the youngest MBA candidate ever accepted to the Carey School, and likely among the youngest in the U.S. at any school. MBA candidates of his age are extremely rare at B-schools, even more so at the top schools. In testing year 2016, the Graduate Management Admissions Council reports administering over 250,000 GMAT exams, only 1,464 of which were delivered to candidates under 20 years old. Many of those may have taken the exam multiple times, GMAC reports.
Stephen Taylor, assistant dean of graduate programs at the Carey School, says the admissions committee was beyond impressed by Cavalin, who "epitomizes" what they look for: students who will thrive at a university steeped in innovation. But his prodigy-like accomplishments weren't his only asset. Taylor says Cavalin showed maturity beyond his years.
"We valued his relevant work experience at NASA, his diverse interests, and his ability to communicate his transferrable skills," Taylor says. "He has many unique talents and abilities that we felt he would bring to the class -- his mathematics degree and cybersecurity experience, and he's a pilot, a pianist, and is accomplished in the martial arts.
"We saw in Moshe someone who clearly sets goals and accomplishes them."
What do you think of this kid?