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Would a genetic test kit to evaluate gifted children be beneficial?

  • Yes it would

    A genetic test kit to evaluate gifted children would be beneficial. This would allow us to see what is different about their genes compared to normal people, and would make it so in the future, we could give these type of gifts to everyone through gene splicing or something else.

  • Genetic Testing Benefits Everyone

    Prenatal genetic testing has more benefits than just evaluating gifted children. Genetic testing can find potential defects and possible risks for future diseases. Genetic testing on children already found to be gifted can help science determine if there are genetic predispositions for intellectual achievement. Plus these kits can help foster debate about the nature versus nurture when it comes to human upbringing.

  • A genetic test kit to evaluate gifted children would be beneficial.

    A genetic test kit to evaluate gifted children would be beneficial. Any testing that can help us understand more about a problem is always beneficial and helpful. If we did that along with other tests we can understand where the struggles are and focus more on that area and likely benefit not only the teaching of the children but on their futures.

  • Yes, it's helpful to have information.

    Yes, a genetic test kit to evaluate gifted children would be beneficial, because the more information we can learn about a child, the better we can help them learn. The genetic test would likely help all children, not just gifted children. If a child can find special abilities, or risks for substance abuse or other concerns with a genetic test, a test can help them work on talents and address concerns.

  • I disagree with this

    It is way too risky for some families. They sometimes don't have enough money to do a test and it costs a whole lot of money. They can't always have anything as simply as others. Some times you just can't do what is needed because of the money you have.

  • No not really.

    I think it would be a little weird if we started performing genetic test kits on our children just because they are gifted and really smart or excel at something. It seems silly to go that far. I understand that we want to have gifted children, but it is not like we should copy them.


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