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Writing is a great aspect and everybody needs to improve their writing skills as it can take them far away in the professional world. Writing is not only all about taking out your notebook and start writing something on it but there are many fields of life where writing may help you a lot in representing your views and ideas. There are many people that improved their writing skills so much that they became an expert in their field and finally, made a world record in their relevant field.
Today, we are going to talk about the most popular world records based on writing and education. Some of these world records are about writing the best conclusion while others are about writing impressive poetry. Similarly, there are many other fields where writers have made several world records. We can’t cover all of them because we don’t have enough space available. However, you can check those records on the internet in your spare time.
Today, we are just going to talk about the top world records based on writing and education. These world records will play an important part in motivating the upcoming writers. Here are our favorite world records based on writing and Education.
Tiny Writing record
There is a person in the New Delhi that has made a world record by writing around 1,314 characters on a grain of rice. This may sound impossible but he actually made it and got his name mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records. He wrote the names of 168 regions and countries on a grain of rice. Before this, he made his first record by writing 638 characters on a grain of rice. And then he broke his first record by writing 1,136 characters. And now finally, he has broken his second record by writing 1,314 characters on a grain of rice.
World’s Fastest Text Record
Marcel Fernandes is a 16-year old Brazilian that made a world record of writing 25 words in 18.19 seconds. This doesn’t appear to be a remarkable thing but when we take a look deeper, we see that he made this record without using autocorrect. That’s why he got his name written in the Guinness book. He says that he practiced a lot in order to reach this level.
Sameer Anjaan is a very popular song lyricist in Bollywood as he has written lots of popular songs. He was given a certificate by Guinness Book of Records in February 2016 for writing around 3524 songs throughout his writing career. The writer is proud of the achievements that he made and he has promised to reach more records in future. Click Here and take a look at the most popular world records based on writing and education.
The passion and aggression are the two most important elements that can help in achieving anything in your life. If you’re looking to break a high score in a game, sport or any other activity, you won’t be able to do it unless you have these two elements in you. There are many other important things that can help in breaking a high score but passion and aggression are the most prominent aspects.
In this article, we’ll talk about different tips that can be used to break a high score in everything you choose. Whether you’re a student, gamer, employee or a competitor, you can easily achieve your target by following these tips. There are many gamers that have achieved high scores on friv.com by following these tips so, you can also break a high score with the help of these tips. Let’s take a look at the tips now.
Understanding the situation
One of the most important things that you must do to break a high score is to completely understand the situation that you’re going to deal with. Once you understand all the important elements of a particular situation, you get full command over and you get ready to deal with the situation in a professional way. There are many people that fail to achieve their targets just because they do not understand all the important elements of a situation and just jump into it blindly. You must avoid committing such mistakes and you must be very careful while trying to break a high score.
The consistency is another important element that can help in achieving a high score in any field of life. One of the common problems with most of the people is that they stop trying after the first or second attempt. You must keep on trying unless you reach your desired destination because regular practice helps in improving your skills and it also helps you understand a new thing each time even if you fail to achieve our desired results.
The hard-working people always make their dreams come true. If you’re a hard worker, you can easily achieve your goals by following the right direction. There are many hard working people that fail to achieve their desired results just because they do not follow the right direction. The hard work and the right direction are the two important elements that can be helpful in achieving any goals in your life.
All you need to do is to follow the above-mentioned tips and you’d easily be able to break the high score in everything you choose. Here are some other important tips to break a high score in everything you choose.
The BBC reported in February 2007 that Chanda Musalman, 40 of Nepal is probably the world’s only person who is legally recognised to be both a man and a woman. The government of Nepal have decided that Musalman, who is anatomically a male but dresses and behaves like a woman, should have that unprecedented legal status.
It has opened up quite a few interesting legal questions, like for example: if he/she ever got married, who will be considered the husband/wife, and hence distribution of property?
Musalman has never undergone surgery to make him anatomically a woman, but asked that his gender be recognised as “both”. Amazingly, the authorities obliged.
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Olympic-museum.de has listed the world’s worst performances at the Olympics. These are athletes who did not drop out when they were down and out, but gritted their teeth and finished their event.
They include Raul Giraldo Mazorra Zamora of Cuba who in the 1952 Olympics clocked 31 seconds for the 200m. Heck, even my slowest ever time is better than that, notwithstanding the fact that he ran the event more than half a century ago. I mean, even during the first Olympics (1896), the men can already run about 12 seconds for the 100m.
Then there was Ralf Leberer of Germany who clocked 56.74 seconds for the 110m hurdles at the 2000 Olympiad. In an event where times below 14 seconds are expected, what more at Olympics level, he clocked a time more suited to a typical secondary school 400m event. This is not to say that Leberer is a substandard athlete. He regularly clocks world-class times, but on that particular day, he fell short of the finish line during his heat. Somehow, he managed to get up and cross the finish line.
For more information about world’s worst performances. Click here.