Inborn Talent Gene Test
46 Talents & Traits
Maximise Your Child’s Fullest Potential
The objective of the Inborn Talent Gene Test (ITGT) is to help parents identify their child’s natural talents and aptitudes that may not be obvious at a young age. Giving your child a head start in proper nurture can maximize those aptitudes to the fullest potential.
The ITGT covers 46 talents and traits. The test reports come with a Career Profiling assessed by our team of psychologists based on one’s unique abilities detected from his/her genetic makeup. This profile can provide an individual with good educational and career guidance. Expert Suggestions giving insightful details to help parents effectively nurture and develop their child’s character and talents are also included in the report.
Dr. Robert Plomin
Dr. Robert Plomin and his view on Genetics and Education.
“Our children’s ability to learn are all different. What makes them different? How can we maximize their development?”
Nature Vs. Nurture
Which Is More Important?
I’m not sure what my child’s talents are, but I will just use a series of trials and errors and see how it goes.
If nature never meets the right nurture, the genes won’t be switched on, and there will be no development. The gift will be repressed and become a hidden talent.
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.
Partial – Outstanding
If we push our children to do things they are not endowed with, the effort has to be doubled, and there will only be partial development as there is no gene to switch on despite much hard work. Your child will only stay at an ordinary level and that will affect his self-confidence. We want our children to rise above mediocrity.
Knowledge is power. Now that I understand what my child’s innate talents are through the ITGT, I will guide him 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, Conscientiousness, Split Personality, Hyper-Activeness, Depression, Impulsive, Mould-ability (10 Genes)
Intelligence, Comprehension, Analytical, Memory, Attentiveness, Creativity, Reading Ability, Imagination (8 Genes)
Performing, Music, Drawing, Dancing, Literature, Linguistic (6 Genes)
Alcoholism, Smoking, General Addiction (3 Genes)
Affectionate, Faithfulness, Passion, Propensity for Teenage Romance, Sentimentality, Sociability, Self-Reflection, Self-Control (8 Genes)
Endurance, Sprint, Technique, Training Sensitivity, Tendency of Sports Injuries, Sport Psychology (6 Genes)
Height, General Wellness, Obesity (3 Genes)
Sensitivity to Second-hand smoke, Insensitivity to Second-hand smoke (2 Genes)
What does your DNA tell about you?
Your DNA is the blueprint of life. It determines everything from how you look to how you behave. Understanding your genes gives you the ability to make better decisions in life by focusing on specific skill sets developed from your natural talents rather than taking on the ‘one-sized fits all’ approach to personal and childhood developments.