I grew up in Port Jefferson, New York. You can’t hear any New York in my spoken English, but I went to grade school and Junior High School in Port Jeff. A few years later, two of my Junior High classmates made perfect scores on their SATs. In those days, the SAT had only two parts, so a perfect score was 1600: 800 Math and 800 Verbal.
When I first met Andrew and Eddie, I didn’t know them well enough to understand why they were the best students in the school’s they attended.
Once, I became friends with them, I learned exactly how they did it.
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Their father was a professor at SUNY Stoneybrook. When the bell rang on the last day of school in June, I snuck off to play golf, play sandlot baseball, and fish for snapper.
Andy and Eddie reported for a private summer school that covered all of the material they would learn in the coming school year. It was taught by their father and kept them busy until early afternoon every day of the summer.
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