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After a fiercely fought five-round battle, it was a tie-breaker question that saw Achimota School crash out of the 2018 National Science and Math Quiz.

The two-time winners were tipped as likely to be eliminated in Monday's contest, and Tamale Senior High made that prediction come to pass.

Zylofon Cash on Friday June 22, 2018 gave a cash amount of $10,000 as the company’s contribution to sponsor the Drama and Debating Club of Akwamuman Senior High School (SHS), to represent Ghana at the South African National Arts Festival to be held in Grahams Town, South Africa from Thursday June 2018, to Sunday July 8th 2018.
Akwamuman SHS qualified to represent Ghana at the international festival after its Drama Club emerged as overall winners at the Broadway Drama Festival held in November 2017 in November 2017 but has since not been able to raise the full amount to cater for the trip.

Zylofon Cash received an official letter requesting for sponsorship for the trip and the company responded positively by giving the school the cash amount of $10,000.

The surprises and shocks of the 2018 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) are far from over as Opoku ware proved beyond all doubt that its competitors are no match for them.
They gave its competitors 28 points margin in the competition scoring 61 points.

GSTS brutalized by it opponent scored 33 points.

Kumasi-based Opoku Ware School have made it to the 2018 National Science and Maths Quiz quarterfinals after shadowing opposition from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Girls and Ghana Senior High Technical School.

Pundits predicted a fierce battle between Opoku Ware and seeded GSTS but that was not to happen. After taking a marginal lead in Round One, Opoku Ware rose to dominate the entire contest, leaving their two challengers to battle for second best.

Primetime, organisers of the National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) has denied reports of organising a "promotion" under the name NSMQ "predict & win".
The organisers said it has no hand in the promotion and condemned the act adding that it will not condone gambling in the competition.

In a statement it said "We would also like all our followers to note that we DO NOT have a WhatsApp platform. Our only official social media platforms are Facebook, Twitter and Instagram."

St. Louis managed to overtake Kumasi High, after a head on in the 2018 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ).
The Lord will be our strength paid off after they battled their way to the next stage of the competition with 43 points.

Kumasi High School tipped to win this year's competition lost to the winners by only 3 points.