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May 18, 2015

6 year-old Brit graduates from Microsoft Institute

London boy becomes one of the youngest MS specialist in the world.


Muhammad Humza Shahzad has become the youngest MS Office specialist after passing Microsoft‘s Certified Professional exam.

Shahzad scored 57 extra points on the required 700 minimum to pass the exam.

From Croydon, London, Shahzad attended an exam session at Best Training London, Streatham, in late April 2015.

On the certificate it reads: "Microsoft confirms that Muhammad Humza Shahzad has successfully completed the requirements to be recognised as a Microsoft Office specialist for Office Word 2013".

In order to pass the exam, candidates need to demonstrate the correct application of the principal features of Word 2013.

Shahzad told the BBC that when he grows up he wants to be a pilot.

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