A 14-year-old genius boy named Carson Huey-you has bagged a bachelor’s degree in Physics at the Texas Christian University, United States.
Carson Huey-you bagged his bachelor’s degree at the Texas Christian University, United States at the young age of 14. He then proceeded to earn a master’s degree at the same university.
Carson obtained his master’s degree in Physics at the Texas Christian University, United States at the age of 17. He made history as the youngest ever to bag a master’s degree in the university.
He told FacetoFace Africa that he has always had a passion for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths)stating that he started studying Algebra at 5 years old.
“I’ve known since I was young that I wanted to do physics, It started when I was watching ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ when I was home-schooled,” Carson told Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
”There was never any question about it, no going back and forth with things like ‘I want to be a doctor’ to ‘I want to be a physicist,’ to ‘I want to be a firefighter,” he added.
Carson said despite studying with people older than him, he made sure to always be on his best behavior and they always treated him right. “Everyone has always treated me as a peer. There have, of course, been outliers here and there, but for the most part, I’ve just been treated as another student,” he said.
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Carson said he began homeschooling at the age of 10 which made him graduate high school early, He scored 1,770 points on his Scholastic Aptitude Test, a globally recognized test admitting students into colleges and universities across the United States.
In addition to studying Physics at Texas Christian University, Carson also studied Mathematics and Chinese Language. “For me, I like physics and science in general because you get to understand the how and why of just a number of different subjects,” Carson said.
“So really, just kind of digging into that rabbit hole and figuring out what’s going on behind equations or systems or whatever it is you’re trying to solve,’ he added.
Carson mentioned that he hopes to earn his Doctorate degree in Quantum Physics and work as a researcher, either with a university or in the private sector. He also added if he were to work at a university, he would like to teach.