Mexican Dafne Almazán Anaya has achieved an impressive academic milestone by obtaining her doctorate in Education at 21 at Liberty University, United States.
His story, now viral on social media, is an inspiration for countless people who aspire to success in their respective professional fields. This young Mexican woman’s journey to academic success began when she graduated in psychology at the astonishing age of 13, gaining international recognition for becoming the youngest psychologist in the world. Her insatiable thirst for knowledge led her to pursue a master’s degree in Mathematics at the prestigious Harvard University.
Today, at 21 years old, Dafne Almazán, also a singer, has completed her academic career with a doctorate in Education. Her thesis, titled “Influence of Instructional Strategies for the Gifted: A Quasi-Experimental Comparison of Non-Equivalent Groups,” examines teaching techniques and models for children with above-average IQs, known as “genius children” or “gifted children”, like herself, who have been registered in the Talent Attention Center (CEDAT).
Dafne’s dedication and commitment to the field of education is an inspiring example for all those who pursue academic success in any discipline. Her story shows that passion and determination can lead to amazing goals, regardless of age. His achievement will undoubtedly continue to motivate others to pursue their dreams and goals with fervor.