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Discover your Inborn Talent & Potentials through DMIT

Discover your Inborn Talent & Potentials through DMIT

DMIT or Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test is a combination of two different science and concept. It’s a test which gives the parents a chance to understand their child’s innate characteristics. This specific system is developed based on research data from scientists and medical experts in different genre of medical science through methods of records, observation, etc. Through different dermatoglyphics types, one can discover an individual’s learning potential, creative thinking, personality traits and multiple intelligences.

Benefits of DMIT for Parents and Child

  • To understand and develop an effective way to interact with your child based on their inborn communication style.
  • To help reduce the misunderstandings of parents of their children by knowing their inborn character.
  • To suggest parents to place their child in courses or pre-school where its curriculum suits the child’s inborn learning style.
  • To eliminate the ‘error and trial’ situation when parents send their child to a certain class, say music or art class, without knowing if the child is capable to comprehend
  • To provide parents an insight into their child and guide them effectively to the talents they possess.
  • To allow parents focus on the strength of their child and to eliminate the ‘guessing game’ on their talent.
  • The aptitude assessment report can be used as a guideline for the parents as well as the child to refer to when selecting a university major that will best suit the child’s inborn abilities and potential.
  • After completion of graduation, the dermatoglyphics report will be extremely helpful in giving suggestions to select the career path.

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