full forms of common abbreviations in just five minutes
Mudgal, Karnataka, India
April 24, 2023
World Talent Organization USA is proud to announce a new world record achieved by Sanjana Chalawadi from Mudgal, Karnataka, India. Sanjana has set a new world record for recalling the maximum number of full forms of common abbreviations in just five minutes, at the age of 8 years, 8 months, and 11 days.
On April 24, 2023, Sanjana amazed the judges and the audience with her incredible memory power, reciting 181 full forms of commonly used abbreviations. She broke the previous record held by a 10-year-old Australian child, who had recited 150 full forms in five minutes.
Sanjana’s achievement is a testament to the power of human memory and the potential of young minds. It is a remarkable feat that requires not only a good memory but also a deep understanding of the subject matter. Her achievement has proven that age is just a number when it comes to talent and determination. Sanjana’s feat has been recognized by the World Talent Organization, and she has been awarded the prestigious WTO kid’s World Record.