9-year-old Pakistani girl beats Indian professor, sets a new world record!
The little girl’s timing to complete the task broke the record previously set by an Indian professor.
A nine-year-old Pakistani girl, Natalia Najam, made the country proud by setting a new record of arranging the chemical elements of the periodic table in the shortest time. The little girl’s timing to complete the task broke the record previously set by an Indian professor.
According to The Gulf News, Natalia has achieved the Guinness World Records title for arranging all the periodic table elements in two minutes and 42 seconds only! She broke the previous record by 7 seconds.
When the young achiever found out that she had broken the record, she jumped for joy. The judges of the competition praised Natalia and gave the little winner a thumbs up.
The little science enthusiast from Lahore, Natalia Najam, expressed:
I hope that my success serves as a source of inspiration for children across the world. I hope that this achievement pushes them to study science and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
While talking to a local media outlet, Hasan Najam, Natalia’s father, revealed:
My daughter has not received any formal schooling. She was home-schooled.
After considering this fact, it can undoubtedly be said that Natalia is an inspiration for many.
The science enthusiast’s achievement at such a young age has earned her praise from many. Social media is flooded with the news of Natalia’s success, which is being termed ‘a breath of fresh air’ and ‘positive news’ for Pakistan.
We wish Natalia Najam the best of luck for all her future endeavors.
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