12-year-old boy from US set to become youngest student at Georgia Tech

12-year-old boy from US set to become youngest student at Georgia Tech

Caleb Anderson, a 12-year-old boy from the US, is all set to become the youngest student in the world to study aerospace engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

He is expected to gain admission to the prestigious university the 2020 fall. The tween prodigy has stunned administrators with his advanced knowledge and his ability to assess and retain complex information. “I don’t think anything Caleb has done has been normal for us,” the youngster’s mother, Claire Anderson, told.

Caleb began mimicking his mother’s speech when he was just four weeks old. By the age of two, he could read the US Constitution. At age three, he gained acceptance to MENSA High IQ Society.

In addition to English, the boy is fluent in Spanish and French. “I’m not really smart, I just grasp information quickly,” he said. The guy hopes to attain an internship with the famous inventor and entrepreneur, Elon Musk.

The tween prodigy had completed high school by the age of eleven. Then, he has been studying aerospace engineering at Technical College for the past year.

Although Caleb’s mother has a master’s degree in education, she has not helped her son with lessons for a long time, as she knows nothing in rocket science.

Roman TEPLYAKOV

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