Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Do you think smart people are not food at certain things?
Absolutely. I think that smart people may excel in one area, and do poorly in another. For example, at least three great physicists including Albert Einstein, had great spatial and mathematical ability but delayed speech. First of all, having a high degree of mental ability doesn’t mean having knowledge in a particular field. For example, being smart won’t help you to be good at geography ’cause to be good at Geography, you need to learn geography basics as bodies of water, continents and geographical facts. Also, intelligence doesn’t automatically translate to skills. What’s more, intelligence isn’t the only factor that predicts performance. For instance, a person may have an IQ over 180, but be bad at basketball ’cause they are too short or not physically fit enough. Finally, it seems to me that many really smart people aren’t good at working in a team ’cause they grasp concepts quickly and have high standards for their own performance, so find it difficult to work with others who take longer to process information and pick up concepts.