A nine-year-old Muscovite passed the exam and is about to enter Moscow State University

A nine-year-old Muscovite passed the exam and is about to enter Moscow State University
A nine-year-old Muscovite passed the exam and is about to enter Moscow State University
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Alisa Teplyakova recently turned nine years old. She has already graduated from high school and is preparing to become a student.

The young prodigy wants to continue the work of Sigmund Freud

Alice may seem like a unique child, but not for the Teplyakov family. On her trail is her younger brother, who at the age of seven has already received a certificate for the ninth grade. Such an incredible result was achieved due to home schooling, parents of young prodigies teach their children the school curriculum in an accelerated mode.

I don't know how long our educational process lasts. About five o'clock. Firstly, it is less than in school, secondly, there is no need to go somewhere, and thirdly, the process can stop at any time, there is no concept of a “call for a teacher”. And nobody canceled school bullying, - Alisa's father Evgeny Teplyakov told the Lenta edition earlier.

After passing the exam, Alisa applied for admission to Moscow State University. She passed the entrance tests and received 48 points out of 100 for them. Yes, the result is not the highest, but very worthy for a nine-year-old child. Alice wants to enter the Faculty of Psychology, and her parents are ready to support her choice. Moreover, if the girl does not go to a budgetary place, they are ready to pay for tuition fees at the main university of the country.

I want to enter the Faculty of Psychology of Moscow State University, because I am always surrounded by many children, and I want to understand their psychology, - says Alisa.

Alice's parents do not consider their daughter a genius, they are sure that these are normal results if the child is developed. Moreover, in their opinion, this does not deprive them of their childhood.

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