Start the clip to see Mathilda react to when she was in SVT as a 16-year-old.

The year is 2018 and new law student Mathilda Bandarian is getting ready to start her education. By then, she is 16 years old and likely the youngest student ever at the Law Institute.

Now, four and a half years later, she is 21 years old and has just graduated with a law degree.

"I'm surprised that it's happened so quickly. I've loved the education, but I'm glad it's over," she says.

Started high school as a 13-year-old

Mathilda started elementary school a year earlier than her peers and later skipped seventh grade, which meant she graduated two years earlier than usual.

In addition to her education, she has also previously been involved in politics within the Social Democrats. But having been younger than her classmates is not something that she has bothered with.

"I think it's helped me start earlier. I feel like I have a head start into the world of work now.

"It was pretty surprising"

Already when she began her education, a lot was written about the incident in the media. Mathilda says that she has always received a lot of support from her parents, but getting so much attention from outside was something that at first felt strange.

"Now I've landed in it more and I just think it's fun that people take an interest. But then I was pretty young and maybe I didn't realize it at the time, but I realize it now that it was pretty surprising.