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Not too sure if you are still accessible in this email. If you are and can help me I am looking to get my 19 year old tested for his iq. I have been told by his school that indeed he is brilliant and a gifted child. In the article all the things you mentioned were very notice me in my son since he was a baby. He is a little genius in maths doing and understand logic just simple by googling. A math GCSE teacher even agreed to tutor him for 6 months to make him appear for his math gcse. However, I wanted him to lead a normal life and so backed out. He is not challenged enough in school and had become very bored as can be told from his attitude. I want to get him tested and see what can be done so that I can get him to perform at his best. Look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Mona
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