Is it possible for any arbitrary able bodied human to develop exceptional cognitive talent & genius across multiple disciplines?

Can any arbitrary [able bodied] human become a genius across multiple disciplines or at least one discipline assuming that they have some Secondary Eduction in these disciplines?

For example, the Graduate Management Admission Test assess (1)analytical, (2)writing, (3) quantitative(maths), (4) verbal, and reading skills of candidates. In order to get admission to Major B-Schools around the world, candidates have to excel in all the above mentioned 4 sections. The average GMAT scores of Harvard, Yale, Chicago and NYU’s is very high at 720 or more.

Similarly for admission to engineering colleges like MIT or Caltech a candidate has to secure a minimum of A grade in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry at the undergrad level so that the average GPA is at least 4.13

Therefore,is it possible for any individual to develop exceptional cognitive talent and genius across all these subjects/topics (like Maths, Physics, Analytical etc) or at least one of these subjects/topics?

• Some people clearly can't because of age or genetic disorder or lack of education during childhood. Does the existence of counterexamples sufficiently answer your question? – honi Dec 2 '15 at 15:26
• @honi I was referring to able bodied humans. I realise that some not all differently abled humans will face limitations. – CSinha Dec 2 '15 at 16:30
• are you considering people who did not have access to education as children disabled? – honi Dec 3 '15 at 16:44
• my point being, there is a wide range of life experiences, only some of which are conducive to scoring well on tests – honi Dec 3 '15 at 16:45
• The ability to excel in these areas is clearly well beyond merely being "able-bodied," so the answer is almost certainly no. – dsaxton Dec 3 '15 at 19:24

• Thank You. Yes I would appreciate if you could elaborate it a little more. Also to fine tune the meaning of genius in this context I was referring to exceptional problem solving skills that requires tremendous understanding of subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry. – CSinha Dec 10 '15 at 18:44