The balloting of slots for the National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) ended a while ago.

The exercise was held after the preliminary stage of the competition ended on Thursday with 39 schools automatically qualifying for the one-eighth stage by virtue of winning their respective contests.

These schools will also be joined by some other 15 best runner-up schools.

Already, some seeded schools have made it to the one-eight stage based on their performance in last year’s contest.

Proceedings for this year’s one-eight stage will begin on Saturday, October 15.

Some of the expected tough contests include; Prempeh College contesting with St. Thomas Aquinas and Ofori Panyin SHS while Augustine’s College will come up against Tamale Islamic Science SHS and Achimota School.

The NSMQ is a must watch. So stay tuned to the JoyNews channel for the various contests.

The 2022 National Science and Maths Quiz is produced by Primetime Limited and sponsored by the Ghana Education Service in partnership with Absa Ghana and also supported by GOIL, Prudential Life Insurance, AirtelTigo, Dano Milk, Newmont, Accra College of Medicine, Academic City University College and Y FM.

The broadcast of the National Science & Maths Quiz on JoyNews is supported by Virtual Infosec Africa, Virtual Security Africa, Vita Milk, Cowbell, Alumni by Enterprise Life, Faytex Toilet Roll, Ace Medical Insurance, Azar Group, Kings Group Limited, Family Health Medical School, DBS, KORBA and Lumetrust from pharmatrust

Below are details of the schedule for the one-eight stage of the competition:

NSMQ2022: Balloting for one-eighth contests held; see all the fixtures
NSMQ2022: Balloting for one-eighth contests held; see all the fixtures
NSMQ2022: Balloting for one-eighth contests held; see all the fixtures

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