A 16-year-old Birmingham schoolboy has added four A levels and an AS level - all at A grade - to his already burgeoning collection of qualifications.
Jos Gibbons, who goes to King Edwards Grammar, Camp Hill, is now going into the sixth form to study for more exams en route to his eventual goal of 11 A levels and 12 GCSEs.
Then Jos, who lives with his parents in Solihull, wants to go to Oxford to study quantum physics.
Despite suffering from Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism, the youngster has already proved himself one of the country's brightest children.
In 2000, at the age of 11, he took his mathematics GCSE and scored the highest grade possible, an A* - the only pupil in Birmingham to achieve the grade. Yesterday, he got his A levels in maths, further maths, further maths additional, philosophy and an AS level in physics, all at A grade.