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21 May 2017, 07:04 | Cedric Leonard
Watch Mark Zuckerberg's reaction when he found out he got into Harvard
Long before he became the chief executive of a multibillion-dollar company used by people around the world, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was just an eager high school student wearing pajama trousers at his NY home, anxiously waiting for college acceptance letters to arrive.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared a video on his homepage of the moment he found out that he'd been accepted to Harvard. Seriously, even his dad seemed more excited at the sight of an email from Harvard University!
While sitting on his bunk bed, he opens up the acceptance email that would change his life forever.
"Are you serious?!" which prompted another lethargic and affirmative response from Mark Zuckerberg. He left Harvard once Facebook took off.
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