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Welcome to A Gifted Mind.

A Gifted Mind is part of the "Seek" project and attempts to put as much useful information about Gifted Children and Adults out there as possible, not only pertaining to the UAE but globally. Our main aim is to bring insight and, where possible, different viewpoints and perspectives on a lot of issues surrounding the whole premise of being “Gifted.”

We welcome you to post articles and participate in debates and eventually we intend to hold periodic competitions that anyone who meets the criteria can enter. As part of some of our content, we will be pulling interesting stories and information from all over the internet, some of which you may/may not know about. We will also put links we feel are very useful in our Links Section

With people such as James T. Webb, and Manahel Thabet other such key figured actively participating in such fields we feel that in the future we will try to have Guest Speakers and Interviews and much more - so please watch this space. Enjoy your time here and once again, welcome to A Gifted Mind.

The 5 websites in the "Seek" Series are : The IQ Hub, A Gifted Mind, The Quantum Buzz, Women Power ME and Financially Engineered

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There is no single gifted child profile. Each child and situation is unique. Recognizing
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At Royal Fireworks Press we publish novels about gifted and talented girls and boys. 
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Every time you move around, you are turning on genes in your brain. A study in mice shows
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The Problemoids program was created for advanced students in math. It is based on the

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This website is part of the "Seek" Series and is inspired by people such as Thomas Buzan, Manahel Thabet and more.

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