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An eight-year-old boy has managed to get top marks in his maths GCSE after being self-taught during lockdown.
Kautilya Katariya has also passed several computer programming courses run by IBM and at the age of six he was named "Youngest computer programmer" by the Guinness World Records organisation .
The youngster, who attends Wootton Park School in Northampton, earned the highest possible grade, a 9, in his Maths GCSE.
He said: "I'm very proud. I love mathematics because it's so fun and it's not really that scary when you start from scratch."
His parents said they always knew he was a budding genius.
His mother, Trupti Patidar, said: "From a very young age, I would say when he was two or three, at that time what we noticed was that he was very dedicated and his concentration was really good.
"So whatever he does, he was totally into it."
His father Ishwari Kautilya said: "He showed particular interest in books about mathematics, logic, puzzles, computing and all those things.
"So and he kept asking us 'please bring me more books on this'. So that's where we thought this is something he would like to do."
Katariya has already developed AI software and one day hopes to set up his own company.
Dan Rosser, the principal at Wootton Park School said: "I think his potential's huge. I think the world will be his oyster.
"I think that there'll be a number of companies already trying to snap him up and getting them my books because he is a real talent and truly gifted in maths."
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