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Cavalin:It's all about hard work. Photo: AP
Cavalin:It's all about hard work. Photo: AP

Moshe Kai Cavalin is 14 years old, but he is not like any others of his age group. He enrolled in college at the age of eight, and at nine earned his Associate of Arts degree from the East Los Angeles Community College with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. He is 14 now, is all set to graduate from University of California, Los Angeles. His first book titled We Can Do is also out. This is a 100-page guideline that explains how other young people can achieve what he has. His method is simple, he says stay focussed and be committed. It's all about hard work. “That's always the question that bothers me,” Cavalin, who turned 14 on Valentine's Day, says when people refer to him as a genius. “People need to know you don't really need to be a genius. You just have to work hard and you can accomplish anything. And maybe cut out some of the TV.”

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