Janelle Baker: Incredible moment girl gets admission into Harvard during outbreak

Janelle Baker: Incredible moment girl gets admission into Harvard during outbreak

- A young student discovered her future is to be at Harvard University while on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic

- Janelle opened the email while with her mother who was encouraging her before the reveal

- The two jumped for joy with the mother's expressions displaying how proud she was of her daughter

A young ambitious student discovered her future was to be at Harvard University while on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Janelle Nia-Simone Baker, from Dallas Texas, US, shared her joy with social media fans while opening her email to confirm if she had made it.

The mother was leaning on her daughter's back as she anticipated the great news while encouraging her before the revelation.

On finding out that she had been accepted to join the prestigious institution, they both jumped for joy with the mother's expressions showing how proud she was.

"My baby is going to Havard," the mom could be heard saying.

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As if that was not enough, days earlier, Janelle had been accepted to join Standford University.

In a separate video with her school friends, they all sat together waiting for an email that would confirm the good news.

On finding out the results, Janelle and her friends made loud screams in celebration.

Janelle seems to be favourite for many in her Dallas community and with such impeccable results, it is easy to see why.

If it weren't for the lockdown caused by the deadly disease, her friends would have been around to celebrate with her.

She, however, had to stay indoors and enjoy the moment with her mother, with a lockdown becoming the norm in several US states.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the name Don-Pedro Ume bagged a degree from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ife, in pharma*cy in a grand style.

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He was able to do so with a CGPA of 4.82 out of the total 5.0. In his post on LinkedIn, he said he could not have expected a greater outcome.

To honour his outstanding academic performance, he was given the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Award as the best graduating student in OAU.

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