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2015 Cowbell Mathematics Secondary School Competition 1st Stage Result



The results of the 2015 Cowbell mathematics competition for secondary school students has been released online.

All candidates that participated in the national competition as well as their teachers are hereby notified and implored to check the results.

The management of Promasidor Nigeria has released the result of candidates who participated in the First Stage of the 2015 National Cowbell Secondary Schools Mathematics Competition held nationwide. The result had since been uploaded online for students or their teachers to check for such students that took part in the competition.

How To Check the 2015 Cowbell Mathematics Competition Result For the 1st Stage

To check the 2015 cowbell mathematics competition results, follow the instructions below:

1. Go to the Promasidor results checker page here

2. On the page, click on your state corresponding to the competition category (e.g. ABIA – JNR or ABIA – SNR for the Junior or senior category) to download the results in pdf format.

The mechanics of Second Stage has been refreshed to include a quiz segment. 54 Students from junior and senior category will qualify for the Second Stage.

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