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Go Learn Online is Free

Go Learn Online is Free


Press Release from Go Learn Online

Go Learn Online (GLO), an online resource for New Zealand secondary school students, is offering their lessons free until the end of the year.

The GLO website aims to enhance the performance and understanding of New Zealand students through carefully designed lessons, which the student can work through at their own pace and in their own time.

Following the lessons, GLO students can take a 20 question multi-choice quiz, which the computer will mark to allow the participants to see which questions they got right, which questions they got wrong and view model answers.

GLO offers lessons in Year 11 Maths, Year 11 Science, Year 11 Economics and Year 13 Economics.

With School Certificate and Bursary examinations looming, students can use GLO to supplement their revision.

To register students should visit www.glo.co.nz
For any further information you can contact Emily Tuffin at info@glo.co.nz or phone (04) 5626232


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