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Win a $5,000 Spring Break with McGraw-Hill Higher Education

Now through September 9, you can enter the McGraw-Hill Higher Education’s “Going Places with LearnSmart” sweepstakes! To enter, simply click here and fill out and submit the online entry form.  The prizes are amazing! Check it out:

  • Grand Prize: A $5,000 gift card to book “the spring break of your dreams” – Paris, anyone?
  • 2nd Place Prizes (5 total): A $1,000 gift card to “get out of dodge for a few days”
  • 3rd Place Prizes (10 total): A $400 gift card to go see the folks for a weekend
  • 4th Place Prizes (100 total): A LearnSmart course to help you improve a full letter grade!

You can earn up to 10 extra entries by providing friends’ emails and referring them to the sweepstakes. Once you’ve submitted your info, check out McGraw-Hill’s website! It actually offers free trials of LearnSmart, the company’s personalized tutoring program. Designed to improve your grades while continuously tailoring its study sessions based on the answers and feedback you give, LearnSmart is the latest “adaptive education technology” from McGraw-Hill.  It’s available for over 100 courses, and is super affordable, starting at $24.99 for an entire semester’s worth of tutoring.

There are videos of LearnSmart in action on the website if you want to see how it works.  The system is designed to help you study smarter instead of longer.  Sharon Loeb, VP of McGraw-Hill Higher Education, says, “Whether you’re a crammer, over-achiever or multi-tasker, LearnSmart is every student’s ticket to more confidence, improved grades and continued academic success.” 

For more, go to the sweepstakes website!  Act fast, because the contest closes on September 9!

A Chicago native, Elizabeth is going into her senior year at the College of William & Mary, where she is majoring in Psychology and Literary & Cultural Studies. Last year she circumnavigated the globe and visited 12 developing nations with a study abroad program called Semester at Sea, honing her travel writing skills and chasing her dream of someday working abroad. Currently she is the Editor-in-Chief of the literary magazine Winged Nation and the Philanthropy Chair of her beloved music sorority, Nu Kappa Epsilon. When she's not writing her butt off for class or for pleasure, she can usually be found practicing harp, watching Community, or hanging out with her Phi Sigma Pi brothers.
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