Inborn Talent Genetic Test
A successful future begins when parents understand and devote themselves to develop the potential their child possess since birth.
The Inborn Talent Genetic Test (ITGT) helps parents like you to discover your child’s talents that may not be obvious at a young age along with personality traits that they have. Knowing your child’s genetic make-up allows you to take control of their development to nurture their talents. It also allows you to intervene in their weaknesses at an early stage before it takes root in your child.
With the career profiling report that comes with the genetic test, this test package is the roadmap for you to plan your child’s future towards success.
Invest your efforts and time in only the right classes and developmental programs.
With the certainty of your child’s innate abilities, planning for his or her future career path has never been easier.
Focus more resources on the aspects that truly matter to develop your child’s full potential.
Parenting & Development Approach
Adopt effective child discipline by adjusting your parenting strategies to suit your child’s personality.
Give your Child a Real Headstart
Give your child a real headstart in life by grooming him or her according to his or her inherent talents and abilities.
Happier Parent-Child Relationship
Avoid unwanted arguments with your child as a result of forcing him or her to do things he or she isn’t good in.
The Missing Puzzle – FOUND
DNA Scientists have discovered what psychologists, coaches and education specialists are touting – a missing puzzle in their quest to support parents in developing their children.
Now you can replace trial and error with 99% accurate predictions through genetic testing.
NORMAL PARENTING VS GENETIC LEVERAGED PARENTING
Use DNA science to make predictions about your children’s natural talents and groom them according to their genetic aptitude. You know the right path for them because it’s in their genes!
“They can give the child a head start, no more guessing games, no more trials and errors, just focus on their talents that they have discovered, zoom in and develop it, and maximize it to the fullest potential!” - Irene Hannah Tan, Educational Psychologist
Jane learnt to walk and talk as an infant, her parents didn’t think much about her natural talents.
Jane enjoyed running and playing outdoor with other children. By a stroke of luck, she won a race.
Jane’s parents thought she had an aptitude for running. Lots of money was spent for expensive shoes, equipment and classes to invest in Jane’s talent.
After a while, Jane lost interest in running and wanted to pick up piano instead.
Though Jane displayed her natural flair for music, Jane’s parents were not willing to invest in expensive classes and a piano for her for fear of Jane's interest loss again in piano after some time just like what she did to sports.
As a result, Jane never got to pursue piano and music in life.
Genetic Leveraged Parenting:
Jane’s natural inclination for music was known from the beginning as an infant.
Jane’s parents honed her musical sense by exposing her to music and bought her musical toys.
Jane's parents enrolled her to music lessons when she was 3.
Jane became a piano prodigy at 7 years old and started composing when she was 10.
Nature Vs. Nurture (Which is more important?)
BOTH are important! But NATURE first.
"We should understand our genes first, and then see how environmental influences go, so after we milk Nature as much as we can then we go back to Nurture." -James Watson, 2 times Nobel Prize Winner, American Biologist and Geneticist
Parenting No. 1
I’m not sure what my child’s talents are, but I will just use a series of trial and errors to find out.
If nature never meets the right nurture, the genes won’t be switched on, and they will be repressed, it becomes a hidden talent, and there will be no development.
Parenting No. 2
I understand that my child is not good in piano as compared to his peers, but I will give him the best school and the best teacher.
If we force children to do things they are not endowed with, the effort has to be doubled. There will only be partial development as there is no gene to switch on regardless of how much you push him. Your child will only stay at an ordinary level, but we want our children to rise above mediocrity.
Parenting No. 3
Knowledge is power. Now I understand what my child’s Talents are and I will direct his path accordingly.
If you have the nature and given the right nurture, you can become a genius! It is no longer a question of Nature or Nurture, we should ask a more sophisticated question of whether we have a perfect match of nature AND nurture interaction in our child’s development.
Map My Gene's 46 talents and traits spread across 8 distinct categories
Optimism, Risk taking, Persistence, Shyness, Composure, Split Personality, Hyper-Activeness, Depression, Impulsive, Mould-ability
Intelligence, Comprehension, Analytical, Memory, Creativity, Reading Ability, Imagination
Alcoholism, Smoking, General Addiction
Performing, Music, Drawing, Dancing, Literature, Linguistic
Affectionate, Faithfulness, Passion, Propensity for Teenage Romance, Sentimentality, Sociability, Self-Reflection, Self-Control
Endurance, Sprint, Technique, Training Sensitivity, Tendency of Sports Injuries, Sport Psychology
Height, General Wellness, Obesity
Sensitivity to Second-hand smoke, Insensitivity to Second-hand smoke
According to John Holland's theory, most people are one of six personality types. This profile serves as a reliable roadmap for you to plan your child’s path towards educational and career success.
Practical, physical, hands-on, tool-oriented
Analytical, intellectual, scientific, explorative
Creative, original, independent, chaotic
Cooperative, supporting, helping, healing, nurturing
Competitive environments, leadership, persuading
Detail-oriented, organizing, clerical