I tried my hands on a Rubik's Cube in elementary school, only to be met with frustration. I remembered thinking this was a game only for geniuses. A second chance came late last year when my 9-5 ordered hundreds of cubes as souvenirs for local marketing events. After 2 hours of practice over the weekend and with the help of some YouTube hacks, I finally did it! Not Max Park yet, but it made my day. -PTS
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Many people may have taken IQ tests online and achieved flying colors. I also did a few tests for fun in the past, scoring 150+. The real deal in intelligence tests however, is Stanford-Binet or WAIS-IV. After taking the WAIS-IV test last week with a qualified psychologist, my full scale IQ test score was revealed today. I have an FSIQ of 139, ranking me in the top 0.5% of the population (1 in 200) and placing in the top category of Very Superior ! My IQ score confirms a long-held suspicion on my intellectual giftedness. Many of my friends have suggested I take the test for some time. It was long coming, but I finally took the plunge this year. And now, it is official. This result certainly gives my already high self-belief a boost. I look to overcome more challenges when the going gets tough and open up a world of possibilities by thinking even bigger. What's next? Perhaps I should consider applying to Mensa and meet fellow intellectuals for more personal growth.
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Time flies as my first course back in university has come to an end! The final exam was completed yesterday and I am happy to share with you my first A in 19 years. Still got it after all! The course taken is a Masters Psych course in Nurturing the Gifted and Talented . This is the only course of its kind in Hong Kong and I thoroughly enjoyed all my learnings from it. My essay is hereby attached for those who are interested. It is not yet graded I must say so read at your own peril. - PTS --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Education for Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted Primary and Secondary Students in Hong Kong Gifted students are often seen by society as the lucky few who have won the genetic lottery. Finding generally gifted students is not difficult as they are often the top ranking students within a school. The exceptionally and profoundly gifted however, are on a completely different level as they are much more laborious to iden