Pakistani girl, Emma Alam wins Global Speed Reading Competition, beating 100 Competitors in the World.

Emma Alam in Pakistan won the finals of the 13th World Speed Reading Championships, she overcame more than 100 members from all over the world.

The finals, which were being postponed due to Covid-19, had been finished this week and brought out a wonderful triumph for Team Pakistan.

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Emma, who won the tournament championship by putting down her Chinese opposing player in the finals, she was also being named as World Memory Champion in 2020, and she appears to hold two Guinness World Records titles. She was later named as Pride of Pakistan by using Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).


Several countries competed with over 100 competitors. The final results of both championships were verified and graded by the Global Chief.

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Contrary to popular misconceptions, speed reading is not a tradeoff between speed and comprehension. With the right techniques one can read, comprehend and retain information in a fraction of the usual time.

During Speed Reading Championships, competitors are provided with a book and a maximum of two hours to read it. As soon as the competitor has finished reading, their time is recorded, the book is taken away and they are given the comprehension question paper with 20 questions designed by the author and by an arbiter of Guild of Mind Sports Arbiters, with a few specific rules

Abeerah Ather has presently been ranked fourth within the World Speed Reading Championships. Emma Alam got the 3rd position and Ambreen Hameed got in fourth place for Team Pakistan on the twelfth World Mind Mapping Championship.

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