Young Math Prodigy Attributes Success to Autism

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Jake Barnett was diagnosed with autism at age 2. At the time, he struggled to communicate and make eye contact with others. Now, at age 13, Barnett uses his "one in 10 million" memory to help his college classmates better understand math and science.

Jake Barnett was diagnosed with autism at age 2. At the time, he struggled to communicate and make eye contact with others. Now, at age 13, Barnett uses his "one in 10 million" memory to help his college classmates better understand math and science. He attributes his success to his autism.

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