Prempeh college has secured a place in the quarter - final stage of the ongoing National Science and Math's quiz which was held on Tuesday, the 29th of September 2020 at the Business School in the University of Ghana.
In the second round, Prempeh College secured 22 points whiles Asanteman Senior High School secured 16 points and St. Thomas Aquinas SHS also secured 6 points
At the third round, which was Problem of the day, Prempeh College again took the lead by scoring 25, followed by Asanteman SHS with 19 points and St. Thomas Aquinas SHS with 9 points
The fourth round which was the true or false also ended with Prempeh scoring 41 points, St. Thomas Aquinas scoring 25 points and Asanteman also scoring 23 points
The final round which was Riddles, saw Prempeh College with 49 points, St. Thomas SHS and Asanteman with 31 and 23 points respectively
At the end of the contest, it was Prempeh College who were crowned winners for the contest with points. They are through to the next stage of the competition.
We await for the results of the other schools.
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