The famous, or dare I say; infamous national science and maths quiz is soon to set the stage for schools all over Ghana to battle it out.
Their mental agility, accuracy, and otherwise diligence will be put to the test.
Foes will clash once more and old grudges reignited.
After planting the seeds of excitement in the hearts of the masses with the news of the release of the 27 schools chosen to participate in the competition, the NSMQ has released the balloting schedule for the regional qualifiers.
According to recent reports, balloting will take place In all 16 regions of the state with their respective scheduled dates.
Greater Accra will commence the balloting, with giants like West Africa SHS and St. John’s Grammar rumuored to be in the ring; Tuesday, the ninth of March 2021 is surely an anticipated date.
Next on the bill for the balloting will be the Upper West region. And on the 11th of March 2021, we will know for sure if indeed the best is from the west, or our westerners are sure to eat humble pies.
Following soon after will be the Upper East region and the intellectual of the Central region; names like Wesley girls’, Adisadel, Mfantsipim, Ghana National College, Saint Augustine’s, and Holy Child will will later join the competition at the preliminaries and National levels. It promises to leave your toes curled.
Names like Aburi girls’ and Ofori Panin SHS; popularly known as OPASS might pop up on the 15th of March 2021 which will feature the Northern, Savanna, North East, and Eastern regions.
Next on the bill will be Bono, Bono East, Ahafo, Oti, and Volta regions. And the curtain closer will be the land of gold ( the Ashanti region)
After this pairing exercise, regional schools will claw their way out of this level to the preliminary stage.
N.B: the schools will face their opponents in the same regions