In this article you will learn All You Need To Know About MTN mPulse Spelling Bee competition.
Just recently, MTN Nigeria introduced an mPulse spelling bee competition for all primary & secondary school students in the country.
There is a huge price tag placed on the winner of the event, according to MTN students should be between the ages of 9 and 15 to be able to participate in the MTN mPulse Spelling Bee competition.
Just like other spelling bee competitions this will help improve the knowledge of Nigerian students in English spelling and vocabulary.
Information we got concerning the contest states that there are 3 stages involved, and all you have to do is just register on the mPulse portal here.
Here are some rules of the competition Rules
Spelling Bee portal opens for practice tests at 8am on 2nd October 2020.
To give everyone an equal start time since schools are currently in session, Round 1 Competition now runs from 3pm on 19th October, 2020 to 11:59pm on 15th November, 2020.
2nd Round will commence at 3pm on 20th November and end at 11:59pm on 27th November.
Participants must be resident in Nigeria.
Participant’s phone number used for registration must be on 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
Practice test can be done multiple times but each Quiz round can be taken ONLY ONCE.
For a word with 2 spellings, only the British English spelling is accepted
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