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Owass Student Surprises Ghanaians With Results- Nsmq 2020 Brilliant Owass Contestant

The West African Examination Council released the 2020 year group results yesterday.

Students who were asked to come back to school to write their final exams after a long break because of the widespread of the coronavirus has finally seen the results of their effort whilst in school.

One competition that really excites the nation is the national science and maths quiz.

This year’s edition was held whilst participants and spectators observed all the covid 19 protocols.

Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, Legon won the competition after battling it out with Opoku Ware School and Adisadel College.

One of the schools that performed really good is Opoku Ware School with one of their contestants who was admired by many because of his accuracy in answering questions.

His results has popped up on social media and many people have reacted saying they expected such results from him.

Asamoah Noble is a science student and had A in all of the courses.

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