If you watched Faith Odunsi‘s Cowbellpedia episode, you’ll see that she proved herself again.
The young mathematics star recently won the Global Open Mathematics Tournament, against participants from across the world, taking home the $1,000 prize money.
Sharing her experience, Faith had a conversation with Punch and here are 5 things we noted from the interview:
Faith is a 15-year-old SS3 student from Ijebu in Ogun State who attends Ambassadors Schools, Ota, where she was made an ambassador.
Mathematics, and Information and Communications Technology are her favourite subjects.
According to her, she got her mathematical skills from her father who is a medical doctor while her mother is a businesswoman. Her parents are supportive during her competitions, offering advice and reading tips and they are very proud of her accomplishments.
She won the competition with a margin of 30 points
The first stage and second stages of the competition were computer-based tests and Faith scored 66 marks each in both stages. The quarter and semi-finals were on Microsoft Teams where the first to put in the correct answers got 10 points.
Although Faith Odunsi entered a tiebreaker in the third round, at the end of the fourth round, Faith won the competition with 40 points while the first runner up had 10 points.
She set a new record in the Cowbellpedia Mathematics Competition in 2018
Faith first won the hearts of many in 2018 when she set a record in the Cowbellpedia Mathematics Competition by answering 19
questions in 60 seconds.
Watch below: (From the 20:42 mark):