Can you beat Who Wants To Be A Millionaire winners fastest finger records?

With Who Wants To Be A Millionaire back on our screens this week, everyone wants the chance to show off their knowledge and bag some cash. 

But if you want to be in with a chance of sitting on the coveted seat, you first have to bet the Fastest Finger First. 

The round sees contestants answer a question by putting things in order as quickly as they can, and in last night’s episode contestant Barry Love set a new record for the current series.

The solicitor from Glasgow accurately put the speed of horses in the correct order in a staggering 1.79 seconds, while his nearest rival could only trot in at second place at over three.  

Answer these Fastest Finger First questions with a timer

1) Put these words in the order they appear in the nursery rhyme that stars ‘Twinkle, twinkle’ 

A) Diamond B) Wonder C) Star D) World

2) Starting with the smallest, put these animals in order of average adult weight. 

A) Common shrew B) Badger C) Hedgehog D) Red Deer 

3) Starting with the earliest, put these forms of transport in the order they were introduced 

A) Airbus A380 B) Flying Scotsman C) Model T Tom Ford D) Penny-farthing

4)Starting with the fewest, put these creatures in order according to the number of legs they have? 

A) Antelope B)Beetle C) Ostrich D) Spider 

5) Put these UK National Parks in order from north to south 

A) Carnigorms B) Brecon Beacons C) Dartmoor D) Yorkshire Dales 

6) Starting with with the earliest, put these TV cooks in the order they were born 

A) Delia Smith B) Nadiya Hussain C) Mary Berry D) Nigella Lawson 

7) Put these UK airports as represented by their IATA airport codes in order from north to south 

A)GLA B)MAN C)LGW D) BHX 

8) Put these food related terms in alphabetical order 

A) Bhuna B)Balti C) Bhaji D) Biryani 

9) Starting with the smallest put these mountains in order of height above sea level

A) Kilimanjaro B)Everest C)Eiger D) Ben Nevis

10) Put these words into the order they appear in a well-known phrase

A)Lining B)Cloud C)Silver D) Every

11) Starting with the earliest, put these life stages of a butterfly in order

 A)Adult B) Caterpillar C)Egg D) Chrysalis

12) Starting with the slowest, put these horse movements in order of speed 

A) Canter B)Walk C)Trot D) Gallop

13) Starting with the lowest, put these TV shows in order according to the number in their titles

 A)One foot in the grave B)Room 101 C)5 Gold rings D) ITV News at Ten

14) Put these countries into alphabetical order

 A) Monaco B)Mongola C) Moldova D) Montenegro

15) Put these words said by Neil Armstrong in order 

A) Giant B)Small C) Man D) Mankind

16) Starting with the earliest, put these processes in the order they are traditionally carried out to make a basic sponge cake?

 A) Beat the butter and sugar B)Spoon cake mixture into tin C) Add beaten eggs D) Fold in flour

17) Put these flowering plants into alphabetical order

A) Delphinium B)Dahila C)Daffodil D) Daisy

18) Put these European capital cities in order of their location from north to south

 A)Athens B)Brussels C)Reykjavik D) Vienna 

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Some of the questions many seem simple – but with time extremely limited, some contestants can crumble under pressure. 

Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the fastest finger questions asked so far this series, and the contestants records so you can see if you’d be in with a chance of taking on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. 

Do you think you can beat the current record holder? Scroll down to take the test and then check your answer at the bottom of the story.  

Barry Love (pictured) , a solicitor from Glasgow accurately put the speed of horses in the correct order in a staggering 1.79 seconds

Barry Love (pictured) , a solicitor from Glasgow accurately put the speed of horses in the correct order in a staggering 1.79 seconds

Barry Love (pictured) , a solicitor from Glasgow accurately put the speed of horses in the correct order in a staggering 1.79 seconds

Pictured, Jenny Reed who European capital cities in order of their location from north to south in 3.41 seconds

Pictured, Jenny Reed who European capital cities in order of their location from north to south in 3.41 seconds

Pictured, Jenny Reed who European capital cities in order of their location from north to south in 3.41 seconds 

Pictured, Dan Afshar who won putting flowering plants into alphabetical order in 8.8 seconds

Pictured, Dan Afshar who won putting flowering plants into alphabetical order in 8.8 seconds

Pictured, Dan Afshar who won putting flowering plants into alphabetical order in 8.8 seconds

Andrew Townsley (pictured won his round putting mountains in order of height above sea level in 3.43 seconds

Andrew Townsley (pictured won his round putting mountains in order of height above sea level in 3.43 seconds

 Andrew Townsley (pictured won his round putting mountains in order of height above sea level in 3.43 seconds

Gary Foster (pictured) put the words in the order they appear in the nursery rhyme that starts 'Twinkle, twinkle' in 5.16 seconds

Gary Foster (pictured) put the words in the order they appear in the nursery rhyme that starts 'Twinkle, twinkle' in 5.16 seconds

Gary Foster (pictured) put the words in the order they appear in the nursery rhyme that starts ‘Twinkle, twinkle’ in 5.16 seconds

Fastest Finger First answers  

1) Put these words in the order they appear in the nursery rhyme that stars ‘Twinkle, twinkle’ 

Correct order: CBDA 

Record: Gary Foster – 5.16 seconds

2) Starting with the smallest, put these animals in order of average adult weight

Correct order: ACBD 

Record: Jen Sherrif – 3.85 seconds

3) Starting with the earliest, put these forms of transport in the order they were introduced 

Correct order: DCBA 

Record: Jen Sherrif – Lynne Ashcroft – 10.08 seconds

4)Starting with the fewest, put these creatures in order according to the number of legs they have? 

Correct order: CBDA

Record: Lou Harvey – 4.60 seconds

5) Put these UK National Parks in order from north to south

Correct order: ACBD

Record: Michael McPartland – 2.93 seconds

6) Starting with with the earliest, put these TV cooks in the order they were born

Correct order: DCBA

Record: Neema Rai – 4.16 seconds

7) Put these UK airports as represented by their IATA airport codes in order from north to south

Correct order: CABD

Record: Alyx Weston – 2.44 seconds

8) Put these food related terms in alphabetical order

Correct order: ADBC

Record: Sanjay Basu – 2.76 seconds

9) Starting with the smallest put these mountains in order of height above sea level

Correct order: CADB

Record: Andrew Townsley – 3.43 seconds

10) Put these words into the order they appear in a well-known phrase

Correct order: ABDC

Record: Peter Hudson- 2.34 seconds

11) Starting with the earliest, put these life stages of a butterfly in order

Correct order: BCAD

Record: Christina Bennett – 3.06 seconds

12) Starting with the slowest, put these horse movements in order of speed

Correct order: DCAB

Record: Barry Love – 1.79 seconds

13) Starting with the lowest, put these TV shows in order according to the number in their titles

Correct order: DBCA

Record: Antonia Parris – 4.22 seconds

14) Put these countries into alphabetical order

Correct order: CBDA

Record: Lucy Reynolds – 7.28 seconds

15) Put these words said by Neil Armstrong in order

Correct order: BCAD

Record: Sue Rozario- 4.70 seconds

16) Starting with the earliest, put these processes in the order they are traditionally carried out to make a basic sponge cake?

Correct order: ACBD

Record: Nina Fetherston -4.49 seconds

17) Put these flowering plants into alphabetical order

Correct order: CABD

Record: Dan Afshar -3.18 seconds

18) Put these European capital cities in order of their location from north to south

Correct order: BCAD

Record: Jenny Reed -3.41 seconds

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