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Review your school on Go Overseas

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Review your school on Go Overseas

Postby GoOverseas » 27 Apr 2012, 08:02

Hello Forumosans,

Wanted to send off a quick message about a "Leave-A-Review" giveaway we're having on Go Overseas. You can give back to the community by leaving a review of your school and have the chance to win an iPad and other great Apple products. Plus, we'd argue the experience of leaving a review of your school is kind of cathartic. Not a bad combo, yes?

There are a few easy ways to leave a review:

1) Go to our Teach in Taiwan page and look for your school:
2) If you can't find your school (unlikely, but possible), it may not be on the site yet. To be certain, search for your school on this page:
If you can't find it, there will be an option to add your school to the site.

And for more information about our Leave A Review contest, here's the contest homepage:

If you have any questions/comments, just let us know.
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