The national science and maths quiz is a quiz competition which is held almost every year among the various senior high schools in the country.
In this year’s context, there has been lots of surprises from the schools, most of the seeded schools failed to qualify for the quarter finals of the competition.
Here are the seeded schools that failed to qualify for the quarter finals of the national science and maths quiz competition:
On the first spot we have Wesley Girls Senior High, the failed to qualify for the 2022 national science and maths quiz. At the end of their contest, Mawuli school had 53 points, Wesley Girls High school had 29 points and Awudome senior high school also had 18 points. So Wesley Girls High school failed to qualify.
Saints Peter’s senior high school also failed to qualify for the quarter finals, at the end of their contest Saints James Seminary had 49 points, Saints Peter’s senior high school had 45 points and Drobo senior high school also had 8 points.
So the seeded schools Wesley Girls senior school and Saints Peter’s senior high school all failed to qualify for the quarter finals of the competition.
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