Caleb Andersen learnt the sign language at nine months and fractions at two years
A 12-year old boy from the US, Caleb Anderson, is all set to become the youngest to study aerospace engineering.
He will be joining Georgia University after his graduation from Chattahoochee Technical College. He recently met the campus president at the university.
Anderson’s greatest asset: His ability to grasp information and learn lessons quickly.
The boy whiz picked up sign language when he was nine months old and began doing fractions at two. He is also said to have been able to read the Constitution when he was two.
Besides English, he is also fluent in Spanish, French and Mandarin.
Anderson has had his share of problems, too, finding it difficult to adjust with his peers.
His parents, while encouraging his extraordinary learning capabilities and ensuring that he get the best opportunities, are also keen that he learn human values such as compassion.
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