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Photographic memory replaces studying

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Unlike most students, Senior Tony Fritzius might actually be able to get away with not studying for a test. He has photographic memory. He discovered his talent when he was in middle school and realized that he could remember thing from back when he was only three years old.

“It’s great because I don’t really have to study. I just need to look over the study guide for ten minutes and I’m good,” Fritzius said. “Sometimes I confuse things.”

Besides just memorizing things,  Fritius’ also likes to draw without looking at a reference and read through books and can memorize them in just a couple read throughs.

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