Ali Saif, a 13 years old boy hailing from Karachi has just passed the Cambridge exams, and we cannot be any more proud of him. At such a young age, he has managed to pass his computer science course with an A*.
Interestingly, he did this just for fun. With a keen interest in programming, he wanted to see if he could pass this exam or not. In an interview, his father Umar Saif said, “My younger son Ali Saif just got an A* in O level computer science, which he gave at the age of 13 for “fun” because he loves programming “
The younger generation of Pakistan is extremely intelligent and knows how to use their talent in the right direction. Even when playing video games or using their phones, children are using them for their benefit and learning.
Ali Saif – The Thirteen Year Old Prodigy
Ali Saif is just one example of many children that we have. These children have fun while making something worthwhile for everyone. In a Facebook post, Saif said, “This is three years ahead of his time, his O Level studies at Aitchison will actually start next year.”
This achievement has made him the youngest person in Pakistan to have passed in Computer Sciences with an A*. He comes from a family of highly talented people in the field of computer programming; last year his older brother Hadi Saif also scored an A* in his O’Levels in Computer Sciences.
For the October-November series, more than 155,000 entries were received for the Cambridge exams in the year 2021. Out of these Islamiat, Pakistan Studies and Urdu as the second language were the most popular Cambridge courses pursued by the students in Pakistan.
This achievement by Ali Saif is nothing short of a source of inspiration for all the other children out there to try to use their talent, and make us all proud of him!