The stage is set for the one-eighth contests of this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), beginning today, October 15.
Only schools that win their contests in this stage will proceed to the next level of the competition.
Gooooooooood morning.

Welcome to the #NSMQOneEighth

Check out the contests for today. You can watch the contests live on our Facebook and Youtube pages.#NSMQ2022 #Primetime​
— NSMQ Ghana (@NSMQGhana) October 15, 2022
Some of the expected tough contests include the one featuring Prempeh College, St. Thomas Aquinas and Ofori Panin SHS.
In that contest, the defending champions will face an old foe bent on revenge. The Kumasi-based school clinched their fourth title in 2017 after beating St. Thomas Aquinas in a close contest in Accra.
St. Thomas Aquinas, who were denied their second title in that grand finale which went to the wire, has since failed to make a convincing impression worth their status.
They have suffered successive defeats at the one-eighth stage of the competition which relegates them to the regional qualifiers. One of those defeats came at the hands of Prempeh College, in a failed revenge bid for Aquinas in 2020.
CONFIRMED: Fixtures for the second day of the #NSMQOneEighth Stage.

We’ve got some serioussssssssss match-ups

#NSMQ2022 #Primetime​
— NSMQ Ghana (@NSMQGhana) October 13, 2022
But their story may just change with a chance handed them to do a number on the very opponent who inflicted the 2017 defeat on them.
Meanwhile, St. Augustine’s College will also come up against Tamale Islamic Science SHS and Achimota School. This is another contest that is already pregnant with predictions.
CONFIRMED: Contests for the third day of the #NSMQOneEighth Stage.​#NSMQ2022​#Primetime
— NSMQ Ghana (@NSMQGhana) October 13, 2022
From the one-eighth stage, there is no redemption for losing schools as they had at the previous stage of the tournament. Only total victory can push a school forward.
It’s all or nothing!
2022 NSMQ
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