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Wow is all we can say.

Tanishq Abraham already has three community college degrees and has been accepted to two University of California campuses, according to CBS Sacramento.

He was just 6 years old when he asked if he could sit in on a college class. A year later, he was enrolled.

“It’s like, you’re 6 years old and you want to take a college class,” his mother said. “So we just laughed it off.”

The next year, at only 7-years-old, Tanishq convinced his dad to ask American River College about attending class.

“Lots of professors, they didn’t really want me in their classes because I was too young,” he said.

Finally, a professor agreed, but there was one condition—Mom had to participate. It didn’t take long for Tanishq to become the top student.

“There were times when I had to explain general relativity and special relativity to my mom,” he said.

Now at 12-years-old, Tanishq has been accepted to UC Davis and received a regents scholarship to UC Santa Cruz. When he enrolls, he’ll be a junior transfre student.

He plans on studying biomedical engineering and becoming a doctor and medical researcher.

The young boy knows he’s a genius, but he wants people to know he’s pretty normal.

“When you think of a genius you think of a mad scientist kind of thing,” he said.

He says he likes to play video games and hang out with his friends. He says he just likes to learn… a lot.

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