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Eight-year-old East London twins among youngest to pass AS Levels

PUBLISHED: 08:00 08 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:50 05 October 2010

EIGHT-YEAR-OLD East London twins have become among the youngest students to pass AS-levels this year. Whitechapel born Peter and Paula Imafidon already made national and international headlines when aged six they passed GCSE Maths. Two years on they hav

EIGHT-YEAR-OLD East London twins have become among the youngest students to pass AS-levels this year.

Whitechapel born Peter and Paula Imafidon already made national and international headlines when aged six they passed GCSE Maths.

Two years on they have passed AS-level maths and a special advanced mathematics exam set by the University of Cambridge, with Paula gaining a B and Peter a C.

The twins born at the Royal London Hospital attend a junior school in Walthamstow, but are now moving to Berkshire to attend a junior school with special provision for gifted children.


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