Are intelligence and achievement different? Why or why not?

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Are intelligence and achievement different? Why or why not?

Sep 14th, 2015

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Intelligence is intelligence is a learned combination of many different skills and abilities. Others, however, assumed that intelligence is a single trait that is heavily determined by genetics.  Achievement is a tendency of getting a fulfillment in a particular concentrated activity,  Achievement differ with intelligence because they are possessed by different characters of individual. Its not obvious to find an intelligent man who has excelled or achieved. Achievement is like a mile stone a person goes through in life while intelligence is a trait that can be  passed through genetics....................................................................continuing please give me a minute to submit all work

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Sep 14th, 2015

Achievement shows strengths  and progress of an individual in a certain activity while intelligence  is a trait which can be shown naturally  

 Achievement also refers to an individual's desire for significant accomplishment of tasks, mastering of skills and control. Its evident that a reason for their difference exist . people seek intelligence in order to achieve 

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