Mark Zuckerberg Was Dying To Get Into Harvard And This Video Made By His Father Proves It

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Mark Zuckerberg Was Dying To Get Into Harvard And This Video Made By His Father Proves It
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Mark Zuckerberg, who recently celebrated his 33rd Birthday posted an old video of his exciting reaction when he discovered that he is accepted by the Harvard University. The video was filmed by his father, Edward Zuckerberg, who was equally proud of his son on getting admission in one of the world's most prestigious universities.
This is probably the best throwback Thursday as on May 25, Mark is scheduled to attend the 366th commencement of the Harvard University, where he will be awarded an honorary degree.
Mark joined Harvard in 2002 dropped out in sophomore year to concentrate on Facebook, which now is worth more than $50 billion.
Mark, as always is wearing a grey t-shirt with pyjama in the video and high-fives his father on knowing the mail has admission letter for him from Harvard University.
"Yay, I got accepted" was Mark's first reaction on reading the acceptance mail.
Are you serious?" his father, Edward Zuckerberg, asks.
"Yes"
"Alright! Yes! Great," Edward Zuckerberg replied. 

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"My dad took this video when I got accepted to Harvard. Next week I'm going back for commencement to get my degree. #tbt" Mark captioned the video. The video is also getting viral over the internet with 3.9 Million views in less than 15 hours. It has collected over 290,000 reactions and has been shared over 14,000 times on Facebook. 

Was it a bad decision of Mark to drop out in the sophomore year?