Get a 12-year-old graduated from high school and college in a week

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Maybe it's the high school graduate to be an incredible academic achievement, and Mike Wimmer recently, is just 12 years old at the time.

And it's not just about the school. Wimmer also a graduate of the college of the same from week to week.

On Monday, North Carolina as a teenager, noted, "TODAY," as he set out, in order to improve their academic workload during the coronavirus pandemic.

"I didn't have to go to school, so I actually had more time to have an additional class," he said.

"It was as if we were to sit here and do nothing, wasn't it? So it might be worth it to get some extra classes, and the turn-out of certain things, " he added.

Wimmer graduated from high school in December, and said that he is focused on the work of the local colleges in the spring. He also said that he will always be a second-grade student.

"I do have a little summer camp, which is incredibly small, and my mother came to get me on the first day and said," well, you know, that he was able to write his name, and what is their multiplication facts? "That's right," Wimmer said. "And he's like," Yes, is this normal?""

Wimmer said that his love for learning has made it easier to look at, but at the very least, when he was grown up, that he has sometimes found it difficult to take serious lessons at school, for he wanted to be a part of it.

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"There are a lot of people, and they look about my age, they say," Oh, well, you have that training, "or," This is not only very serious when it comes to you, "" Wimmer said. "So, really, it is just to help each other and find a teacher who would like to develop my skills, which was the most difficult part."

As of the academic work load is not enough, Wimmer, and spend your free time at some of the impressive leisure facilities, including, among other things, founded by two high-tech companies. He opened the first one, the Next Innovation from the time when he was just seven years old at the time. He is also a candidate for the court of justice at the university of his high school.

While some may be concerned that Wimmer is to spend a good part of their childhood experience, and the education and training of the bargain, for he said that he is happy with the decisions that have to be taken.

"You know, if you took a look around at my room, there's a Warm car on a wheel, along the wall of traces on the floor, and the Legos are everywhere," he said. "I'm spending time in my life, to do all things that are, and my business, and still be like a child."

Wimmer also encouraged the other children to honor their requests, even if the obstacles can get in the way.

"When one door closes, there is always the other, the window in which you can climb to the top," he said.