Most of us believe that intelligence comes with age. But this little boy is going to prove you wrong.
12-year-old Caleb Anderson is the youngest student to get accepted to study aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech.
Ever since he was a kid, he showed extreme intelligence signs compared to other kids his age. Caleb met the president of Georgia Tech and will be starting his studies there this fall.
Administrators were in awe after seeing Caleb’s advanced knowledge and ability to process complex information. Apparently, his memory is impeccable. Caleb’s mother admits that her son was never normal.
Four-week-year-old Caleb started copying his mother’s words. When he was nine-months-old, he was able to sign more than 250 American Sign Language words. He can speak in English, French, Mandarin, and Spanish.
Even though the kid is a brainiac, he is a very modest person. He only says that he is better at grasping information quickly. This child prodigy finished high school when he was just eleven-years-old. After that, he took classes at Chattahoochee Technical College.
Although other parents help their kids with their homework, this task was impossible for Caleb’s parents. His parents also believe that Caleb needs to learn his share of life lessons as they are of equal importance.
Caleb hopes to obtain an internship with Elon Musk. Well, we all look forward to seeing him become a great person in the near future.
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Caleb is not the only intelligent young boy in the world.
A boy at the age of 6 with autism was the youngest to attend Oxford University. His aim at such an early age was to change the world.
This marvelous kid with High-functioning Autism (HFA) got distinctions in all of his courses.
When Beckford was just ten months old, he could read, write the alphabet, and differentiate colors on a color chart. His accomplishments are endless. He became the youngest person globally to study Philosophy and history and gain a distinction in both subjects.
A father raised a dentistry student with Down Syndrome, and despite the difficulties, he did well. He said he would not change a thing and mentioned that it is all thanks to his father that he achieved so much. Love unites us all despite our differences.