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Although we found moderate twin heritability estimates for university achievement, the polygenic score prediction of this trait was small in magnitude, only predicting 0. Furthermore, even when we split university achievement into two groups: STEM-related subjects and humanities subjects, we did not find any differences in EduYears GPS prediction between subjects.

This suggests that even within subject field, the GPS is not discriminative of achievement.

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There are several possible reasons for this paradox. First, a polygenic score based on years of education might be less discriminative for individuals who have all obtained a university degree. Second, examinations at university level are not standardized, which means that results may be less comparable between universities; a first-class degree at an elite university will be weighted the same as one from a lower-level university.

This interpretation is supported by the low MZ correlations for university achievement 0. Such coarseness in measurement may render the EduYears polygenic score less capable of predicting individual differences. Finally, it is possible that getting into university and achievement at university are predicted by different heritable traits.

Indeed even standardized tests such as the Scholastic Aptitude Tests SATs that are widely used for college admittance in the United States are poor predictors of both four and six-year university graduation rates after admittance Future studies using multivariate genetic modeling can test this differential heritability hypothesis. In contrast to the results for university achievement, EduYears polygenic score predicted variance in both the decision to attend university, as well as the choice of which university to attend.

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These results are in line with our twin analysis demonstrating substantial genetic influence on educational choices. The present study benefited from a large sample size of over 3, twin pairs and over 3, genotyped individuals, as well as a multi-method approach. However, our results must be considered in light of limitations of current DNA methods, in addition to the general limitations of the twin method Knopik et al.

The EduYears GPS explains only a fraction of the known high heritability of educationally relevant traits as estimated from twin studies. For this reason, GPS will underestimate genetic influence to the extent that non-additive effects or rare variants contribute to its heritability.

However, there has been limited success for detecting non-additive variation in GWA studies. Potential reasons for this are 1 non-additive effects do not appear to make up a large fraction of the total genetic variation, as identified by twin studies and 2 because effects are likely very small, large sample sizes would be needed SNP-based estimates of heritability, which have these same limitations, represent the current upper limit for GPS prediction.

Although we were underpowered to calculate SNP-based heritability estimates in the present study, our data collection is ongoing, and we plan to explore SNP-based estimates for university success in the future. As the so-called missing-heritability gap closes, GPS predictions will improve and will increasingly be used as an index of genetic influence on complex human behavior Despite this limitation of our molecular genetic analysis, this study represents the first genetically informative study of university success.

We show that genetic influences on education trajectories are pervasive and cumulative into young adulthood and affect both appetite for education and aptitude for learning. TEDS is a multivariate and longitudinal birth cohort study that recruited over 15, twin pairs born in England and Wales between January and December The representativeness of the TEDS sample has been assessed longitudinally and is described in further detail elsewhere The representativeness of the TEDS twins to the UK population has been demonstrated in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence 5 , 41 and in early adulthood for each of our university success variables 42 , 43 Department for Education, In addition, the genotyped sub-sample is representative of the UK for gender, parental education and rates of employment for both mothers and fathers All analyses were conducted on participants without severe neonatal problems.

All participants provided written informed consent. For cases where zygosity was unclear, DNA testing was conducted. After exclusions, data on entrance exam achievement were available for 4, twin pairs 9, individuals , of which 1, were monozygotic MZ twin pairs, 1, were dizygotic DZ same-sex twin pairs and 1, were DZ opposite-sex twin pairs.

Data on university enrolment were available for 5, twin pairs 10, individuals , of which 1, were MZ twin pairs, 1, were DZ same-sex twin pairs and 1, were DZ opposite-sex twin pairs.

Data on university quality were available for 3, twin pairs 6, individuals , of which 1, were MZ twin pairs, were DZ same-sex twin pairs and 1, were DZ opposite-sex twin pairs.

Finally, data on university achievement were available for 1, twin pairs 3, individuals , of which were MZ twin pairs, were DZ same-sex twin pairs and were DZ opposite-sex twin pairs Genomic sample The TEDS sample includes a genotyped subsample of unrelated individuals i.

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Genotypic analyses were restricted to participants of European decent, as ascertained by TEDS questionnaire data at first contact when the twins were aged 2. Standard principal component analyses were used to confirm the European ancestry of the sample. Here we regressed the GPS on the first 10 principal components and used the residuals in all subsequent analyses. This procedure controls for population stratification, which is the systematic difference in allele frequencies observed in subpopulations of individuals of different ancestry.

Genomic data for creating genome-wide polygenic scores GPS were available for 3, individuals with data on entrance exam achievement, 3, individuals with data on university enrolment, 2, individuals with data on university quality and 1, individuals with data on university achievement.

This genotyped sample is representative of UK census data on education and socioeconomic related phenotypes for families with children, for example the percentage whose parents went on to further education and parental employment The sample with genotype data consisted of 5, individuals 2, genotyped with Illumina and 3, genotyped with Affymetrix arrays.

Genome wide genotypes from the two arrays were separately imputed using the Haplotype Reference Consortium 45 and the imputation software Minimac3 1. A series of quality checks were performed before merging data from the two arrays imputation e. Linkage disequilibrium LD refers to the non-random association of alleles at different loci.

To ensure that only genome wide effects were detected, we performed a principal components analysis to correct for possible stratification using a subset of 40, autosomal single-nucleotide polymorphisms SNPs that remained after we applied our quality-control criteria and that overlapped between the two genotyping arrays.

These measures were obtained from the twins at ages 18 and 22 using paper and online questionnaires, as well as a mobile phone application. A-levels are a two-year school leaving qualification offered at the end of compulsory education at age 16, when students are allowed to decide, for the first time, whether they want to continue formal education.

In addition to choosing whether they wish to continue education, students are also able to pick what they want to study, with students typically completing three A-levels in a variety of subjects. If students only complete one out of the two A-level years they are awarded an AS-level qualification.

University variables University enrolment Data on whether or not twins chose to attend university was collected via questionnaire at age This questionnaire was designed to assess post destinations.

Choosing to attend university was treated as a dichotomous variable, where 1 indicated the choice to pursue university and 0 indicated any other post compulsory education destination, such as going into employment, training or unemployment.

University quality For those who indicated that they were attending university, we also asked for the name of the university they attended. We used this information to create a university quality measure by ranking the universities in order based on the UK university league tables in the year that the majority of the sample applied to university This ranking system takes into account the entry standards of the university, the average UCAS points of students at the university, research output, and graduate prospects.

According to this ranking system the University of Cambridge was at the top, and East London University was at the bottom, with universities in total. To explore the unique contribution of our university quality variable beyond the effect of previous educational achievement, we regressed university quality on entrance exam achievement.

Undergraduate university degrees were graded from 1 the lowest possible pass to 5 a first-class degree, the highest possible pass. To check whether there were any achievement or university quality differences between those who reported their final degree grade and those who did not, we performed sensitivity analysis. Twin analyses were used to estimate the proportion of variance in university entrance examinations, university quality and university achievement that can be attributed to genetic and environmental factors The genetic contribution to phenotypic variance is referred to as heritability A and is narrowly defined as the proportion of individual differences in a population that can be attributed to additive effects of inherited DNA differences between individuals.

The environmental contribution to phenotypic variance includes those non-inherited influences that are shared C and unique E to twins growing up in the same home. The E component captures environmental experiences unique to the individual as well as measurement error and is measured by deducting the A and C components from unity. The ACE estimates for twin analyses can be calculated more precisely using structural equation modelling SEM with the OpenMX software package 31 , which also provides confidence intervals around the estimates.

Statistical approaches for analyzing twin data are described elsewhere 48 , Briefly, SEM leverages the different sources of sibling similarity and differences to make inferences on the etiology of observable traits.

SEM tests hypotheses about relations among observed phenotypic correlations and latent genetic and environmental factors by modeling the observed covariance between MZ and DZ twin pairs on the phenotype. Here, model parameters are estimated by minimising a goodness-of-fit statistic that seeks to obtain the smallest possible discrepancy between the model and the observed data.

In the present analyses, we tested a series of nested models to determine whether the components, A, C and E, are significantly greater than zero. With each test we assessed whether the fit of the simpler, nested model was significantly worse than that of the full model, with preference for a simpler more parsimonious explanation of the observed data. Details of each model tested are presented in the Supplementary Material.

The LTM is an extension of the classic univariate twin analyses, used for dichotomous variables, for example, in case-control studies comparing individuals with diagnoses to those without. Here, binary variables are assumed to represent an unobserved normal distribution 31 and twin tetrachoric rather than intraclass correlations are compared to index relative genetic and environmental contribution to the liability. Similar to the univariate model, greater MZ compared to DZ correlations can be used to estimate the ACE components to the liability variance.

Sub-model comparisons for the LTM compared a fully saturated model with a constrained model Sub 1 where thresholds were constrained across twin 1 and twin 2 within zygosity groups and a second model Sub 2 where thresholds were equated across twin pairs and zygosity. Similar to assessment of univariate and multivariate SEM described above, model fit statistics were used to isolate the most parsimonious fit to the data. Multivariate model fitting is an extension of univariate twin analyses that relies on cross-twin cross-trait correlations to decompose phenotypic covariance between multiple traits into genetic and environmental components of covariance.

The correlated factor model, which was found to be the best fit to the data, was used to estimate A, C, and E correlations between our continuous university success variables. This model assumes each variable is influenced by a set of genetic, shared and non-shared environmental factors that are allowed to correlate with each other through ra, rc and re.

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Genomic analyses A genome-wide polygenic score GPS was derived from summary statistics from a published genome-wide association GWA study of years of education The GPS serves as an individual-specific genetic prediction derived directly from DNA and is calculated by summing genotypic values for each trait-associated single nucleotide polymorphism SNP weighted by its association in the GWA study sample. Here, PRSice performs a regression analysis to test for association between GPS and each of our university success outcomes.

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The online version has accessibility issues i. Grammatical Errors Besides a few typos, there are no grammar errors observed.Genomic data for creating genome-wide polygenic scores GPS were available for 3, individuals with data on entrance exam achievement, 3, individuals with data on university enrolment, 2, individuals with data on university quality and 1, individuals with data on university achievement.

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