Monday, 6 September 2021

APPLY for the 2021 MTN mPulse Spelling Bee Competition For Young Nigerians

 


Following the maiden edition of the mPulse Spelling Bee, MTN Nigeria, in partnership with Nestle Golden Morn, invites all primary & secondary school students between the ages of 9 and 15 to participate in the MTN mPulse Spelling Bee competition.


This competition which aims to help student in Nigeria, improve their English spelling and vocabulary, promises to be an exciting one with lots of exciting prizes to be won.


There are 3 stages of the competition. The first stage will be done on the MTN mPulse website and is open to all students resident in Nigeria who are between 9 and 15 years. 


Summary

  • Host: MTN Nigeria | Nestle Golden Morn
  • Category: Competitions | Primary School | Secondary School
  • Eligible Country: Nigeria
  • Reward: 7 Million Cash Prize | Laptops | Smartphones | Lots more
  • Deadline: October 3, 2021

Details
The top 1,000 from the first round will be invited for the second round of the competition which will also be done on the mPulse website. The first 20 students with the highest scores from the second round will qualify 3rd stage and grand finale will be done online via live video conferencing.

Rules
The spelling Bee portal opens for practice tests at 3pm on 1st September 2021.
Round 1 Competition runs from 3pm on 13th September 2021 to 11:59pm on 3rd October 2021.
Competition is open to only boys and girls in primary and secondary schools in Nigeria who are between 9 and 15 years old as of 13th September 2021.
Participants must be residents in Nigeria.
Participant’s phone numbers used for registration must be on the mPulse tariff plan. Dial *344*1# to migrate your phone number to the mPulse tariff plan.
Participants must have successfully updated their profile on the mPulse website.
Participants must have successfully linked with their parent(s) on the mPulse website.
The practice test can be done multiple times but each Quiz round can be taken ONLY ONCE.
Ensure you have a quality Internet connection before taking the test
If you have any questions, refer to our All You Need to Know page to get your questions answered..


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