Intelligence and hardworking


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In order to qualify to be in "Gifted" you had to take an IQ test. I scored a 176.


Now according to this site that makes me a "high genius", but what they leave out is that your IQ gives you potential to be a "genius", not an innate ability.

You have to work and have a desire to learn in order to truly take advantage of your gifts, and I've seen fellow classmates that are incredibly hard workers perform just as good as me when they work hard and I don't.

Really what I'm trying to say is don't squander your potential, no matter what your IQ score don't feel entitled to greatness, work as hard as you can and be the best version of yourself you can be.

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GOOD JOB FOR BEING NICE UNLIKE PPL
by: Anonymous

Thanks for helping, others are petty, and I appreciate your sympathy to others

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