Are some people just genetically smarter and have better logic skills than others?
By - Alternative-Fox6236
Yes, there's a genetic component to intelligence, but within that, most people will get a lot better at pretty much any skill (including math and reading) with practice and training
Yes, even if every person on earth was given the same education course and knowledge training and upbringing there would still be a gradient from smartest to not so smart. Not everyone is good at logic and comprehension, but that’s ok. Find something your good at and pursue it, maybe you are genetically better at something other people aren’t.
You might have a learning disorder like dyspraxia, dyslexia or dyscalculia
>Are some people just genetically smarter and have better logic skills than others?
That's what **evolution** is all about.
Naturally, every organism's offspring differs by some degree (be it mental or physical). Then whichever individual is able to **better adjust** to its environment thrives.
Hence some people are luckily (or genetically, if you like to say) smarter than others.
But don't get dejected by all this. You might be evolved to excel at some other domain.
That's what Einstein [said](https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-a028ed7bd3b2e9b960e92c1926ac71a3) too.
Yes. You can't fix stupid. (I'm NOT saying YOU are stupid, I'm saying people who are can't be fixed.)
Yes, it's part practice and part heritage.