Competition: Win 2 IELTS Self-Study Textbooks
On Valentine’s Day, SGI had it’s 100,000th view on the School Blog. Thank you so much for reading, commenting and for being the reason why we do this.
To celebrate, SGI has teamed up with publishing giant, Harper Collins to bring you lots of fantastic competitions with free IELTS textbooks as the prizes!
To start things off, this month we are giving away 2 IELTS textbooks from the new Harper Collins IELTS single-skills range for self study: Writing for IELTS and Reading for IELTS.
They are both packed with IELTS sample answers, questions and tips to give you lots of practice and advice before you take your IELTS exam.
Win the IELTS textbooks
All you have to do is answer 2 easy questions. The information for the correct answers are in this IELTS Blog here.
THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED. The winner was Anna Polanska, from Poland. Well done, Anna! Good luck with your IELTS study and exam in the future.
Please click on COMPETITIONS in the Main Menu above to see our latest competitions.
Remember to leave your contact details after the 2 questions. If you win, we must be able to contact you to send you the prize!
By the way, don’t forget to enter our MONTHLY COMPETITION to win a free week of English classes at SGI London. That competition closes on Sunday, February 26th, 2012.
Terms and Conditions
- The competition ends at midnight on Sunday, 18th, March 2012; The draw for the winner will be made on 19th March 2012.
- Only entries with name, email address, phone number and country of residence will be considered;
- The winner will be notified by email by SGI or Harper Collins within 7 days of the closing date; The winner must provide a postal address for the prizes to be dispatched to;
- The winner’s name will feature on the website on the corresponding competition page;
- There is no cash alternative to the prize;
- Employees and family members of Harper Collins and/or SGI are excluded from entering the competition;
- No responsibility can be accepted for entries which are not properly received due to communication systems beyond our control;