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Professor Imafidon crowns UK's smartest sisters

PICTURED: Professor Imafidon

SOFIA, 10 and Francheska, 12 passed their GCSE maths when they were just eight and nine-years-old, respectively, and now they have been crowned the smartest sisters in the UK.

Sofia and Francheska Monforte, both pupils of the program, became the youngest to GCSE pass in 2016 featured by The Times, using the Excellence in Education (EIE) system of seeing Maths as a game, after attending the Excellence in Education program.

The girls have since received awards from the UK national parliament. This year, the Monforte sisters both sat A-Level statistics, as inspired by the Imafidon sisters, and are expecting their A-level results next week.

Professor Imafidon with Sofia and Francheska Monforte

Melrose Monforte, Francheska and Sofia's mother, revealed that the secret behind her children's success is "Professor Imafidon, showing genius can be taught regardless of age. I am just so excited that both Francheska and Sofia have followed the Imafidon's footsteps; passing their GCSE whilst in primary school and gaining multiple scholarships to start top Independent and Grammar schools, and sitting their A-levels. Now they have both been invited to Oxford University to begin a program of studies."

Their mentor, Chris Imafidon, chair of the Board of Excellence in Education (EIE), said: “Using the appropriate EIE system, everyone can understand the fundamentals of any GCSE subject in 21 days.

"This has been demonstrated by the examples of Peter and Paula Imafidon passing GCSE exams at age of 6 in 2006. Samantha who now sings at Oxford University (Balliol College) is another example. With the right, tools, techniques and technology every student is a genius."

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