- Wonder Sarfo-Ansah, a 2017 National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) star, is set to graduate from the University of Ghana
- The Prempeh College alumnus, pursuing a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree, is scheduled to graduate in November 2023
- He has helped with several data collection and analysis projects, including one that looked at Tetegu inhabitants' demographics for a community health survey
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Wonder Sarfo-Ansah, a former National Science and Mathematics Quiz (NSMQ) contestant from Prempeh College, is living up to his name by excelling in the classroom.
He is enrolled in the University of Ghana's Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery programme, and his graduation is scheduled for November 2023.
Sarfo-Ansah's research abilities
According to the NSMQ, Sarfo-Ansah has contributed significantly to several data-gathering and analysis teams, including one that examined the demographics of Tetegu residents for a community health survey.
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Sarfo-Ansah has gained robust data analysis and methodological research abilities through these experiences, which he intends to use in his future job.
Sarfo-Ansah's leadership skills
The prodigy has held leadership positions in numerous student organisations besides his academic endeavours. He presently presides over his class's educational board.
Sarfo-Ansah is also the president of the Christ Assembly Campus Ministry, which plans evangelism, missionary outreach, and weekly fellowship gatherings.
Besides his intelligence and leadership qualities, Sarfo-Ansah has many hobbies and talents. He is fluent in French, has some knowledge of Spanish, and has worked with SPSS to analyse computer data. Wonder is an accomplished author who joined the Theatre Arts Club, where she honed her acting and scriptwriting skills.
He is a superb contender for any career he chooses due to his attention to his education and desire to make a difference in society.
NSMQ girl, now optometry student at KNUST, inspires online users
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the milestone of former National Science and Maths Quiz (NMSQ) participant Doreen Tachie-Donkor, inspired scores of netizens on social media.
In a LinkedIn post, Ghanaian digital marketer and social media expert Edward Asare applauded her work.
The digital marketer claimed that Doreen was named her region's best female BECE student. She participated in the National Science and Math Quiz on behalf of Fijai Senior High School.
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