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NSMQ 2022 Winner: PRESEC Legon wins the 2022 National Science & Maths Quiz

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NSMQ 2022 Winner: The National Science and Math Quiz (NSMQ) competitions were held at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) on October 26, 2022, and the Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) came out on top.

In a fiercely contested final, they triumphed over the 2021 champions Prempeh College and the Adisadal College.

Two (2) competitors from the three (3) schools’ finalists competed to win the coveted prize by showcasing their intellectual prowess.

NSMQ 2022 Winner
NSMQ 2022 Winner

In order to win the NSMQ for the seventh time, PRESEC Legon, who has previously won the championship six times, overcame the champions of 2021 and Adisadal College.

The boys from PRESEC Legon were successful in winning this year’s competition because of their tenacity.

To the amazement of everyone in attendance, the students and supporters instantly burst into loud singing the school anthem.

RESULT AT THE END OF EACH ROUND

END OF ROUND ONE (1) RESULTS

Presbyterian Boys’Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) – 15

Prempeh College – 16

Adisadal College – 14

END OF ROUND TWO (2) RESULTS

Presbyterian Boys’Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) – 21

Prempeh College – 21

Adisadal College – 13

END OF ROUND THREE (3) RESULTS – PROBLEM OF THE DAY SCORES

Presbyterian Boys’Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) – 6/10 – 27

Prempeh College – 7/10 – 28

Adisadal College – 6/10 – 19

ROUND FOUR (4) RESULTS

Presbyterian Boys’Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) – 40

Prempeh College – 41

Adisadal College – 32

ROUND FIVE (5) END OF CONTEST

Presbyterian Boys’Secondary School (PRESEC Legon) – 50

Prempeh College – 41

Adisadal College – 32

NSMQ 2022 Winner: Who won NSMQ 2022?

Congratulations Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School. 2022 winners of the National Science and Maths Quiz.

Seven times (1995, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2020, and 2022) PRESEC Legon has won the National Science and Math Quiz (NSMQ).

Teachers and participants from different schools, representatives from Prime Time Limited, the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), the Ghana Education Service (GES), the event’s organizers, sponsors of the tournament, and political activists all attended the final.

The organizers, Prime Time Limited, spoke about the help they had from GES, CHASS, and other sponsors, but they also mentioned that one of the biggest problems they still had was money.

Wilson Tenkoranghttps://wilsontrendit.com
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