Math whiz aces ACT, SAT in rare double feat

  • Article by: COREY MITCHELL , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 10, 2010 - 9:48 PM

Joel Knighton wants to be a math professor, but even he doesn't know the odds of his rare feat.

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armi0020Nov. 10, 1010:16 PM

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frostyskinsNov. 10, 1010:17 PM

Good luck on your endeavors. You are truly gifted!!

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ifonlyNov. 10, 1010:36 PM

Congratulations on a job well done!

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poobahNov. 10, 1010:42 PM

Are you available to head up the gubernatorial recount?

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ccschonsNov. 10, 1010:47 PM

Great story, and I love the Upper Midwest low-keyness!

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dapuckNov. 10, 1010:50 PM

It's kind of fun to think about: What would be the highest calling for Joel or someone like him? What should someone that smart do with the their talent that would be of the most benefit, not just for themselves but for all mankind?

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ccschonsNov. 10, 1010:50 PM

Hah!

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april24Nov. 10, 1011:03 PM

Very cool. Don't let anyone try and manipulate that brain for their purposes as you travel through life kid. Do it/live it for yourself. If you do that, I have a feeling everybody will benefit.

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rlvandyNov. 10, 1011:06 PM

...just thinking of it!!

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bvretrNov. 10, 1011:08 PM

"I deal with a lot of discipline problems and I don't see the kid," said assistant principal Terry Johnson. That in a nutshell tells everyone why the US education system is lagging the world. School administrations don't or can't recognize excellence.

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