A brilliant lady named Kalere Edgecombe has achieved an exceptional feat by earning two bachelor’s degrees before the age of 23 and subsequently becoming a doctor at 25 years old.
Kalere Edgecombe obtained her first bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Bahamas, Nassau in Bahamas. She bagged her second bachelor’s degree at the University of West Indies, Jamaica.
Kalere graduated from the University of West Indies with a bachelor’s in Medicine and Surgery (MB; BS). She shared her achievement of graduating from the university with a second degree on her Facebook
She mentioned that she graduated from high school at age 15 before she proceeded to the university. After high school, Kalere enrolled in the University of Bahamas and was in the university for four years making her graduate at the age of 19.
While at the University of Bahamas, she won the award of the Most Outstanding student of her graduating class. Kalere proceeded to the University of West Indies for a bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery and graduated with the degree at the age of 23.
After she graduated from the university, Kalere went on to Medical School and was inducted into the Medical Field at the age of 25. ”High school graduate at 15, First Bachelor’s degree at 19, Second Bachelor’s degree at 23, Dr. Kalere Khanja Edgecombe at 25. A journey of 10 years, 2013-2023. Lord, I am grateful. Thank you, ” she said.
In another story, a brilliant Nigerian man named Chukwu Otuto Amarauche has been awarded a $150,000 worth of scholarship to study for his doctorate degree at the University of Toronto, Canada.
Chukwu obtained his bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences at the University of Nsukka, Nigeria where he graduated with a distinction grade. He then proceeded to Boise State University, Idaho In the United States for a fellowship in Public Management and Policy. Read more about Chukwu HERE.