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06 November 2007

 

Win With Words!

GSN, (Game Show Network), is now conducting its second annual National Vocabulary Championship (NVC). NVC is a nationwide academic competition that offers high school students between the ages of 13-19 the opportunity to win prize money toward college tuition through online qualifying exams and citywide championship events throughout the U.S. Students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in qualifying for GSN's NVC Finals, that will take place in March 10, 2008 in Los Angeles, can visit winwithwords.com to take the test now.

The deadline to enter is November 30, 2007.


For more insights into this year's competition, listen to a podcast (MP3, 13 MB) featuring the host of the National Vocabulary Championship, Dylan Lane. Dylan is also the host of the new version of the game show Chain Reaction which also airs on GSN. He shared details about GSN's free support materials for vocabulary study available online and also spoke about this year's competition and GSN's plans for the finale next spring.

Also, listen to the Kids.Cable.Learning. podcast with the first-ever National Vocabulary Champion, Robert Marsland from Madison, Wisconsin, for more information about the competition.

Related links:

GSN: www.gsn.com
National Vocabulary Contest: www.winwithwords.com
Princeton Review: www.princetonreview.com



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