I believe leaders are born and not made, and some of the most prominent figures in human history have shown that. No matter what happens, we will meet someone else now, but I think they are born and they don’t make it.
Ru Andrade, Jack Rico’s mother, became very sensitive when she noticed in the third grade that her son was particularly intelligent for his age. So she started teaching him at home, but the primary school just wasn’t up to the challenge. He took information at a very fast pace and learned at such a fast pace.
Last month, at the age of 13, the prodigy became the youngest student ever to graduate from Fullerton College in California. The boy had exceeded the academic standards of the grammar school when he was 11, but in reality he had never received a grade. But the college confirmed he had achieved the feat with a grade point average of 4.0 and a GPA of 3.5.
Rico will continue his education at the University of Nevada with a full scholarship, and he has also earned a scholarship to the California Institute of Technology in Los Angeles and a master’s degree in computer science in just two years. I loved knowing that I could study different things, but I’m really excited for the future.
He also earned a fellowship at the California Institute of Technology in Los Angeles and a master’s degree in computer science in just two years.
I’m still trying to figure it out, but I just want to focus on learning now and I like to do that. I don’t want everything to rush me, so I’ll work on it anyway because I still have to.
You never know everything, so I have to learn day and night, and I will do it every day, every night, because I never knew everything before.