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Famous school/college dropouts

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Published on Oct 8, 2011

Famous school/college dropouts
Did you know that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was a college dropout? Some people are too smart to be confined to the classroom walls! Here's a look at other famous school/college dropouts
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar never attended a college.
Steve Jobs got himself enrolled in Reed College in Oregon, but one semester later, he dropped out.
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar never attended a college.
Steve Jobs got himself enrolled in Reed College in Oregon, but one semester later, he dropped out.
Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani was only 16 when he left for Aden to work as a clerk owing to financial issues in family.
After scoring a near-perfect 1590 on his SATs, Gates enrolled at Harvard but left without a degree to start Microsoft Corp.
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar never attended a college.
Steve Jobs got himself enrolled in Reed College in Oregon, but one semester later, he dropped out.
Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani was only 16 when he left for Aden to work as a clerk owing to financial issues in family.
After scoring a near-perfect 1590 on his SATs, Gates enrolled at Harvard but left without a degree to start Microsoft Corp.
Larry Ellison, Oracle co-founder, attended the University of Illinois but left at the end of his second year, as he skipped the exams following the death of his adoptive mother. He then went to the University of Chicago, but didn't stay beyond a term.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attended the University of Melbourne, majoring in physics and mathematics. He received only a minimum grade for math and left the university soon to start his own venture.
After the wonder effect of Facebook, Zuckerberg packed his dreams and left H
Former American Idol judge Simon Cowell dropped out of school at age 16 and landed a job in the mailroom at EMI. At 23 he left to start his own record label, Fanfare.

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