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    Im an identical twin - my brother has got exactly the same genes as me..

    ...so how come his maths has been persistently better than mine??! His GCSE grade was higher, his in-class assessments were higher, his AS and A levels in maths and mechanics were higher!!

    So its not in the genes..what the crap is it??!!

    i think it is the genes i mean intelligence can not be bought so it must some form somewhere upbringing must have something to do with it
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Updated: June 19, 2003
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