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The World Record For Fastest Time To Recite Full-Form Of 50 Abbreviations By The Youngest Kid

The World Record For The Fastest Time To Recite Full-Form Of 50 Abbreviations By The Youngest Kid Is Achieved By Rakshana Kannan On 21 March 2023 In Juffair Manama, Bahrain. She Recited Full-Form Of 50 Computer Abbreviations In 51.69 Seconds At The Age Of 7 Years 6 Months 12 Days And Has Set A Record For The Worldwide Book Of Records.

About world record holder Rakshana Kannan

Rakshana Kannan, a 7 Years 6 Months 12 Days-old school student from Bahrain, was about to take on the world record for reciting the full forms of 50 abbreviations in the fastest time ever. This world record challenge would be held at Juffair Manama, Bahrain on 21st March 2023.

Rakshana had been preparing for this challenge since she was 6 and had memorized all the abbreviations and their full forms by the age of 7. She was determined to be the youngest person to break this world record and was confident that she could do it in less than 1 minute.

On 21st March 2023, Rakshana stepped onto the stage with confidence and began reciting each abbreviation with its respective full form. The audience was amazed to witness her impeccable speed and accuracy as she continued reciting without a single mistake. When the timer stopped, it revealed that Rakshana had broken the world record and finished the recitation in a time of 51.69 Seconds for 50 Abbreviations.


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