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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello guys,

I often ask myself if anyone can learn maths to an advanced level? And get really good on it.

I think that every healthy person can get very good at maths. The only condition is that the person is interested in math.

Of course, to get on the level of a Field-Medal winner you have to be blessed a little bit. But I think you can reach and understand a lot just by working out hard.

But are there researches which proof the current state of science in relation to how much the genetic predisposition affects the learning of math?

When you are healthy our neural system should work nearly the same as the neural system of a high-level mathematician or nah?

What do you guys think? Can anyone learn maths to a high level?

Or is it important to be 'blessed'? Or do you think it is pretty irrelevant and only relevant for the level of Field-Medal member?

I am really sorry for the grammatic issues. I am still improving my English!

I often ask myself if anyone can learn maths to an advanced level? And get really good on it.

I think that every healthy person can get very good at maths. The only condition is that the person is interested in math.

Of course, to get on the level of a Field-Medal winner you have to be blessed a little bit. But I think you can reach and understand a lot just by working out hard.

But are there researches which proof the current state of science in relation to how much the genetic predisposition affects the learning of math?

When you are healthy our neural system should work nearly the same as the neural system of a high-level mathematician or nah?

What do you guys think? Can anyone learn maths to a high level?

Or is it important to be 'blessed'? Or do you think it is pretty irrelevant and only relevant for the level of Field-Medal member?

I am really sorry for the grammatic issues. I am still improving my English!