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Teen genius dubbed ‘human calculator’ becomes UK university lecturer at 14

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A British-Iranian teen has become the youngest lecturer and student at the University of Leicester in the UK, where he will teach other students math, British media reported.

Yasha Asley, 14, was interviewed and offered the paid job when he was just 13-years-old, beating adult applicants.

Special permission had to be given by the city council for special for the young boy to be employ at such a young age.

Yasha will run workshops for adult students who need help and support solving problems following lectures.

He was the first child in the world to achieve an A grade in math A Level scoring 100 percent when he was just 8 years old.