BERKELEY, Calif. – Michael Fuller finished his problem set at 1:45 p.m. last Sunday despite it not being due until two days later.
This unprecedented event took Fuller by surprise.
“I didn’t think I had it in me,” Fuller said. “I haven’t been this productive since high school.”
Sources state that the problem set additionally was “challenging,” making Fuller’s success even more impressive. Fuller reported his main trick was “not procrastinating,” but we at The Free Peach have yet to crack what that actually means.
Professor William Vanderwood, the instructor of the class from which the problem set originated, stated that he was blown away at getting Fuller’s problem set back a full 48 hours before it was due.
“I mean, the kid still failed, but I got to hand it to him for failing early,” Vanderwood said.
We at The Free Peach would like to mention that these events happened last week, not this week. Unfortunately, we wrote this article about 5 days late. Not everyone can be as perfect as Micheal Fuller!