Watch the moment Mark Zuckerberg received his Harvard acceptance letter in 2002

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Mark Zuckerberg recently shared a throwback video of when he got his acceptance mail from Harvard University.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference on April 18, 2017 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Mr. Zuckerberg is due to take his honorary degree at Harvards next week. Almost 15 years after that, he will get his honorary degree at commencement next Thursday.

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The video shows baby Zuck in his trademark gray T-shirt and pajama bottoms checking his email from his bunk bed, surrounded by computer components.

Sharing the video, he wrote, "My dad took this video when I got accepted to Harvard".

"Yay, I got accepted", he says quietly before giving a fist pump.

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Responding to a comment a fan had posted on his video, he added: "Before I went to college, my mum bet me I'd drop out and my younger sister bet me she'd finish college before me".

The video captures the fateful moment that would eventually lead him on his path to creating the world's most popular social media site, and becoming the fifth richest person in the world. "Now I suppose the cycle is complete", he posted.

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