Is your kid really gifted? Probably not


Thank God for this article.

I am so sick and tired of every damn breeder who think their precious little snowflake is some damn prodigy. No, he’s not. He’s just another window licker like the rest of your family.

One thought on “Is your kid really gifted? Probably not”

  1. I think this is the sortof thing that parents think there kid is gifted way too often and the teachers think kids are gifted not often enough. Granted most of that is interrelated, when you hear something way too much you tend to ignore it altogether. Then a kid like me comes along and is twice exceptional and they don’t even bother considering me gifted. So by the time I entered high school I was so bored I would just do the min amount of work and get an A about 2/3 of the time… That is why I do have to like standardized tests to help teachers in finding these things. Parents lie, tests rarely do (and its easy to discover when they are). Sadly we don’t use tests like that anymore.Just so you know I could read about 4 grades of schedule and do math… well we never really found out how far ahead I can do math but on this one math program that we used I was learning algebra by the time I was in 4th grade… didn’t understand it all due to lack of education but I could do enough of it that it kept me doing it… I understood it within a few months… on to Geomety… Not half bad for a learning disabled (yes I am dyslexic, don’t ask me how I could read so good, just memorized the words I guess) welfare brat.


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