A Pakistani kid of 4-year-old becomes the youngest Microsoft professional
A Pakistani kid of 4-year-old becomes the youngest Microsoft professional

KARACHI: Areesh Fatima, the four-year-old girl from Karachi has become the youngest Microsoft professional from Pakistan.

Areesh is the daughter of the IT expert and took the Microsoft Certified Professional Exam and passed it with outstanding results. Arish's parents say that their daughter is "extremely capable and has extraordinary abilities."

 The minimum score required to pass the examination was 700 while Areesh scored 831 points. The Microsoft Certified Professional Exam is usually undertaken by adults to keep up with the dynamics in the field of technology.

At the age of four, Arish Fatima has set a unique example by scoring 831 marks in the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam, the Government of Pakistan announced via Twitter on Friday.

The minimum score for passing the MCP exam is 700 while Arish broke the world record to achieve great success and made Pakistan proud around the world.

Arish's father, who also accomplished the milestone at a very young age, said that while working from home during the coronavirus lockdown, he saw his daughter's interest in IT and helped her in this test.

The Microsoft certification that Areesh took allows candidates to be able to demonstrate their skills in different applications of MS Office, including creating and managing large word documents, creating tables, reports and charts, and adding references.

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