Sometimes, the things that young kids do make us wonder if the impossible can also be possible. Could you believe there’s a cute lil one that has shattered and stamped a remarkable feat.

Shattering all the assumptions, one exceptionally intelligent Malaysian girl completely debunked the impossible task by arranging the elements of the periodic table in a record time of 3.31 minutes.

Let’s put our hands together for a nine-year-old Malaysian student who has set an impressive record at the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) for being the “Fastest Time To Arrange Periodic Table By Child” in an astonishing 3 minutes 31 seconds.

The young prodigy took more than four months of vigorous preparation, practice and perseverance to achieve the feat, starting from knowing and memorising all the elements, its names, symbols and order of arrangement on the periodic table.

With sheer dedication and focus, she managed to significantly improve her timing from over 12 minutes to a mere 3 minutes and 31 seconds in memorizing all the elements, their names, symbols, and their correct order on the periodic table - a task even adults find daunting.

It's wonderful to see young minds like Rithika's achieving such extraordinary feats in the field of science and education. Her achievement will undoubtedly serve as an inspiration for many others, encouraging them to pursue their own passions and strive for excellence.

Congratulations to Rithika Vallinacha on this well-deserved recognition in the Malaysia Book of Records!