Austin is 14 years old and aspires to become a mechanical engineer. At school, he most enjoys Maths, English and Social Studies. Maths and English, he believes, act as a foundation of knowledge to all walks of life, hence his passion for them. He finds Social Studies interesting as he enjoys learning about his country’s past. Austin has three younger
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