Introduction

There are many examples of bright students who passed one or two examinations of O or A levels at early age but Rai Haris Manzoor, a nine-year-old Pakistani student has made a new world record by passing the O-Level

Rai Haris Manzoor


Professional Achievements


There are many examples of bright students who passed one or two examinations of O or A levels at early age but Rai Haris Manzoor, a nine-year-old Pakistani student has made a new world record by passing the O-Level examination of the University of Cambridge in all the Science Subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

Rai Haris was born on 16th August 2004 in Rawalpindi. He left his school in 2012 only to be taught at home by his parents to achieve the unachievable target and completed the courses of seven classes in 17 months. The normal age for passing the O-Level examination is 17 to 18 years, which means that 14 years of schooling is normally needed to pass the examination. Haris studied for hours every day to make the world record.

With the promise from his government servant proud father that he would send his son abroad to pursue his law course, now Rai Haris Manzoor is determined to become a barrister and is planning to do it from London in the next four years as three years are required to complete LLB (Honours) and one year to do Bar-at-Law.