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The National Science and Mathematics Quiz 2020 edition organised by Prime Time Ghana is in it's one-eighth stage and the results from the competitions are shocking as the smaller schools are over taking the bigger and seeded schools.
Two-time winners of the National Science and Mathematics Quiz, Mfantsipim School were dazzled by the "Kumerican" boys Kumasi Academy in the 2020 edition of the contest. The school which prides itself with thinking ahead obviously did not see defeat coming their side as they ended the contest 18 points behind the winners.
A contestant misspelled the school's name and everybody is talking about it.
The winners of the contest Kumasi Academy pulled through with 53 points followed by 35 points and 30 points for Mfantsipim School and St. Mary's Senior High School respectively.
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