How is the DMIT test for children better for their future?

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Before talking about the usefulness of DMIT for children let me ask “If you have 100% proven means to understand your own mind, or what your kids are best suited with respect to studies, career, and hobbies; why wouldn’t you want to know?” You may want your child to become a doctor, when he may be more financially or musically inclined, but because of parental pressure, the child may not achieve his or her full potential personally and professionally.

Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of the human fingerprints and toes prints. The DMIT test is a scientifically and medically proven method of revealing intelligence, inborn skills, talents and potential. With the help of Dermatoglyphics, an expert analyst and counsellor can read a number of details about the individual being examined, including personality traits, strengths (and dominance) of the left and right sides of the brain, chromosomal anomalies, and even character traits, including inborn strengths and talents.

This is the complete Brain analysis that is uniquely adaptive, instinctive and responsive based on the needs and skillsets of any child. Age 3 to 10 years is the ideal age to get the test done as the child’s education must be holistic and really should facilitate guidance based on his or her learning style.

DMIT, when applied to children, is an excellent way for parents to know about their child’s innate abilities, naturally occurring brain patterns and ultimately their overall potentials. Parents can more effectively support and foster their children’s natural talents with 100% accuracy once they know the above scientifically. This is not just a theory; it’s been proven and actually used in Asian science and medicine for centuries.

Dermatoglyphics Test can identify a child’s intrinsic talents and qualities, enhance grasping experiences by identifying learning styles, helps in personalizing academic and extra curricular programs, showcase hidden talents, help build confidence and make academic and career choices easier. There’s no doubt about its accurate results as compared to assumptive IQ tests.

When used as a parenting tool, it is prudent to keep in mind the nature vs. nurture debate. A tool as powerful as the DMIT helps with the right direction of parental bonding, nurturing, loving care and compassion, otherwise we will do nothing more than program our children like robots. DMIT helps you teach your children empathy, emotional balance and kindness. With the help of the study of genetic coding via fingerprint mapping, analysts and experts can find out precisely what your child can grow up to be.

Generic aptitude and personality tests are passé. DMIT is based on the scientific premise that the patterns on one’s fingertips are in sync with the patterns on an individual’s left and right brain. Once explored, it can in turn point out the inborn potential of a person. DMIT helps:

  1. To use a scientifically proven method (up to 95% accuracy) to identify a child’s inborn potential, their strengths and weaknesses.
  2. To provide parents an insight into their child’s brain and accordingly groom them effectively to the talents they possess.
  3. To enable parents about focusing on their child’s strengths and eliminate the ‘guessing game’ about their talents.
  4. To know your child’s Personal Quotients, IQ-EQ-AQ-CQ-SQ.
  5. To know his / her analytical and creative skills and understand a child’s intrinsic potential.
  6. To get your child’s Preferred Learning Style based on Visual, Auditory, and Kinaesthetic aspects.

Once 10 fingerprints are collected through a simple and safe method, the results are assembled into a detailed report based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligence which states that everyone can be intelligent in at least eight different ways and can develop each aspect of intelligence to an average level of competency once nurtured. These intelligence show whether your logical skills are higher than your creative ones, if you’re rhythmically inclined, a naturalist, a linguist, or if you are a left-brain thinker (someone who thinks logically and analyses everything) or a right-brain one (artistic).

The DMIT can also be used on adults to determine the same traits: natural talents, character strengths, left or right brain dominance and inborn skills and potential. This information can be used as a way for career advisement, fostering certain managerial styles, and filling positions with people with desired abilities and/or a natural talent for specific skill sets.