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  1. In addition to Alexander Ptichkin's answer, I can add that even if you don't have something in your genes, it doesn't mean that you can't achieve success there, the main thing is perseverance and once again perseverance.

  2. No, why should it be a deviation? Each person has their own qualities, talents, pros and cons, and this is inherent in the genes. Someone has a genetic predisposition to exact sciences, someone to drawing, someone else to something else. Just because a singer was born in a family of two mathematicians who doesn't know much about math doesn't mean he's an idiot. It's just that his talent is singing, not adding up and multiplying.

    The same applies to you. If you want to draw, you will have to sweat for a long time before something happens, but this does not mean that you have a mental disability.

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