- The one-eighth phase of the 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz has started, and some schools have already been sent packing
- In one contest, Mpraeso SHS in the Eastern Region contested against Ghana National College and Aggrey Memorial Zion, both in the Central Region
- Mpraeso came up tops with a score of 43, while Ghana National and Aggrey Memorial followed with 39 and 25 points respectively
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Contestants of Mpraeso SHS in the 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz beat their opponents from Ghana National College and Aggrey Memorial Zion to book their slot at the next stage.
Mpraeso SHS in the Eastern Region kicked out the two schools from Cape Coast in the Central Region quickly in the one-eighth stage.
At the end of the contest, Mpraeso SHS scored a remarkable 43 points. Ghana National followed with 39 points, and Aggrey Memorial was third with 25 points.
“Mpraeso sweeps both National and Aggrey back to the shores of Cape Coast.”
Ghanaians react to Mpraeso's win
YEN.com.gh collated some of the reactions by Ghanaians to the post on social media. Read the below:
Dem dey the same road top too Aggrey and National
Proper comeback for Mpass
Aggrey memorial dier...I don't even know what to say....they should let business and arts students represent us cause these science students are Disgraceful
MPASS is making kwahu proud. Going forward I suggest the quiz mistress should be technical person not just ......
The boys from the mountains cook the sea boys
Mpraeso SHS really kicked National and Aggrey out. Respect!
Give us Gey Hey next
Video of supporters at NSMQ venue trends
Earlier,YEN.com.gh reported that a group of students are trending after their act at the ongoing 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) went viral.
This comes after they were filmed praying and invoking divine assistance for their contestants grappling with a challenging "Problem of The Day" question.
Okuapeman student who referred to other schools as cubicles repents
Also, an Okuapemman SHS student whose video went viral during last year's National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) for referring to other schools as 'cubicles' has spoken.
In an interview conducted this year, the young student toned down on her comments.
She explained that this time, her school is approaching the competition with a different mindset, emphasising respect for all participating schools.
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