Elon Musk verified exam copies were auctioned for Rs 5.8 million. – Cinktank

Academic papers obtained by Tesla CEO Elon Musk while working as a teaching assistant at the University of Pennsylvania in 1995 were auctioned for $ 7,753 (roughly Rs. 5,87,099). According to the Daily Mail, while continuing his studies in economics and physics, Mr. Musk obtained numerous assignments, including the 231 management course “Entrepreneurship: Implementation and Operations” taught by Professor Myles Bass. The documents belonged to Brian Thomas, one of Bass’s students, who joked one sentence when discussing the circumstances in which a company needed an “exit strategy.”

But Musk couldn’t find the correct language, wrote “Graphic” on it and deducted two points from Thomas’s note, according to the report. Before founding SpaceX and Tesla, and amassing a $ 277 billion fortune that would make him the richest man in the world, Musk was a student and assistant professor at the renowned Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

For his part, Thomas declared “having found the papers while looking for the school yearbooks in the garage with his son.” He had saved them because of fond memories he had of the course taught by Mr. Bass, who died in 2010. Thomas then turned the papers over to RR Auctions in Boston for sale, according to the report.

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