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If You Think Microsoft Exams Are Tough – Meet The 6-Year Old Who Passed It At First Trial.

Wannabe techies, take note: Here is a story of a six-year-old British boy who has gained a record as one of the youngest people to have passed a Microsoft exam. Hailing from the UK, Humza Shahzad has earned himself a Microsoft Office Specialist certification in the process.
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According to BBC  –  his parents have always been keen to promote technology where his life is concerned, Six-year-old Humza Shahzad got his first smartphone at the age of two, and his first laptop six months later. See why it is not so shocking that he passed!
Humza sat for the Word 2013 exam and “passed with flying colors”, making him one of the youngest people to have passed the exam – He was also armed with the ‘Certificate of Excellence’.

He even got recognized  on Microsoft’s Official Facebook Page!

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So, If you are above 18 and still complaining that Microsoft exams are tough  – You got nothing to complain about now 😀


11 comments on “If You Think Microsoft Exams Are Tough – Meet The 6-Year Old Who Passed It At First Trial.

  1. George says:

    Amazing kid right there with the right guide he will be great.

  2. Tobi Ayeni says:

    TRUE – there are few people like him in Nigeria.

  3. Sir Stevoe says:

    What a smart kid there! His parents must be really proud.
    Yeah, I heard of a Nigerian girl of about 8 years if I'm not mistaken, who also passed the exam some time ago.
    It's all about catching them young, the earlier kids are set on a particular track, the better.

  4. Sir Stevoe says:

    And other kids as well…
    As for Microsoft exam. I've not written one b4 but if I ever do its straight aces definitely. 😉

    1. Sir Stevoe says:

      Of course, I believe that. Hehehe #geekyme

  5. vjsmiles says:

    mehn see bright prospect…
    chaii naja we re backward o…
    even if our kids have bright futures we tend to kill them with our dark mindset…

  6. vjsmiles says:

    ifa hear say straight acess straight…
    u dey craze so@stevoe

  7. Kelvin says:


  8. Sir Stevoe says:

    Interesting is a rather interesting word to use! What a clever kid he really is. His future is bright

  9. vjsmiles says:

    With the right platform naija kids can be great Greeks

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