You can turn GCSE revision into a lucrative activity by persuading students to answer quick-fire questions in the Letts Challenge 2002. Teams must comprise two Year 10 and two Year 11 pupils, supervised by a teacher. The first round takes place online, with a "beat-the-clock" 15-minute quiz, based on the GCSE curriculum. All participants receive 10 Letts GCSE Success guides, and local champions then have the chance to compete in a national contest in which the winning school walks away with pound;1,500 prize money. The teachers' only task is to register their teams and refrain from shouting out the answers, if they know them. The closing date for the first round of the Letts Challenge 2002 is February 22. The full rules and registration forms are on the website: www.lettschallenge.co.uk Tom Deveson
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