And do you want to know my math abilities? In 7th grade I took Algebra I which was three years ahead of when the curriculum required it. I started taking highschool level maths in the 6th grade. I was so far ahead of my classmates that my teacher gave me entirely different work from the rest and asked me to help her teach many concepts which I had mastered years prior. In some cases, I was more mathematically gifted than my teachers. As a junior in highschool, I took Calculus for a college credit. That is a class that was once a senior college course. Not only did I get an A in the class, but I also received the highest possible grade on the exam. I never did my homework and I slept 2-4 times a week in the class. I have not one scrap of notes from the class and didn't even have my textbook half the year. Going into my senior year, I will be taking (all on college level for college credit) a calculus based physics and statistics. As a freshman in college, I will have 2 science credits, 2 math credits, 3 history credits, and 1 english credit. That basically means (if you cant figure up the big numbers of how many classes I'd take per semester) I will be entering college as a sophmore. My IQ is a mere 10 points shy of genius and my GPA is 4.5 (without even beginning to try). Want to question my intelligence anymore or have I completely baffled your brain yet?