Quiz for science wiz: Winner of upcoming show ‘Brain Olympics’ to receive P100,000

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  • The Manila Times TV’s upcoming quiz show “Brain Olympics” gives science wizzes a chance to win big prizes
  • Students will compete with each other in a science quiz on earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics
  • The winner of the competition will receive P100,000

“Brain Olympics”, The Manila Times TV’s upcoming quiz show, is set to give science wizzes a chance to win big prizes by answering questions on earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.

Image via The Manila Times TV | Facebook

On Facebook, The Manila Times TV is encourageing students to test their knowledge and have a chance to receive P100,000.

“Are you smart enough to win P100,000? There is only one place to find out–The Manila Times TV’s latest weekly program ‘Brain Olympics’. Grade 11 and 12 students from different schools compete against each other in a science quiz on earth science, biology, chemistry and physics,” the announcement read.

The winner of the weekly competition, which will begin on Octorber 14, will advance to the monthly finals.

“A total of P100,000 awaits the grand finale winner. P50,000 to the winning school, P30,000 to the champion student, and P20,000 to the coach of the winning student,” it was noted.

For more information about the competition, one may read whole post at The Manila Times TV‘s Facebook page.

The Manila Times TV is an affiliate of the news institution The Manila Times Publishing Corp.; which is the producer, as well, of the daily news broadsheet The Manila Times.

It aims to “promote civic-consciousness, awareness and deeper understanding of the Filipino culture, historical heritage, mores, tradition and current public pulse; and uplift the standards of political and economic discourse that should redound to the shaping of a solid sense of nationhood among Filipinos toward national progress.”

Image via The Manila Times TV | Facebook

Sources: The Manila Times TV, The Manila Times TV website

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