This is the moment a 16-year-old and his classmates explode with joy as they find out he's been accepted to Harvard University.
American professional basketball player Jeremy Lin also wished Little.
The Brooklyn Nets pointguard took to Twitter on Wednesday to congratulate the 16-year-old on the life-changing news.
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The high school senior made a decision to check his college acceptance status online surrounded by tons of friends and family on December 12, and frankly, we've never seen a celebration this pure in our lives. Just like him, the whole room burst with happiness, chanting "three-peat". This is reportedly the third year in a row a T.M. Landry student has been accepted into Harvard.
Ever since Little revealed his admission to Harvard on social media, he has been getting wishes from everywhere.
However, he is not the only one celebrating something. Last week, Little's older brother, Alex, had a similar reaction when he got into Stanford University. "I honestly don't know when the excitement will die down at this point", the teenager told Huffington Post.
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The footage showed Little sitting in front of a laptop wearing a Harvard hoodie. As WBUR reports, Little is a student at TM Landry College Preparatory in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, and his Tuesday tweet showing his Harvard acceptance reaction has garnered almost a half-million retweets and almost 6 million views as of noon Thursday.
Little said he plans to study math and computer science.
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