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What are EduCoins?
EduCoins are our community’s virtual currency, You can use your virtual coins to exchange live classes with our community native speaker tutors.
As promised, as our most active and hardworking members, you have now started collecting EduCoins and those of you who collect at least 100 EduCoins will be invited to join our exclusive VIP club for a free live class with our native English speaker mentor.
How Can I Earn EduCoins?
It is so easy to earn our virtual coins.
Each week we will announce winners in these three categories:
1. Top student. You can earn points by completing our weekly *TT (English Grammar Test Time) and WoW (World of Words) Friday test. The test is worth 15 EduCoins (only students with at least 10 right answers will be counted)
2. Top Contributor. You can earn your points by posting on our group. Students whose posts are most liked and commented on are rewarded with 10,8 and 5 EduCoins (excludes moderators).
3. Rewards. We will send you a $25 Educoin voucher after your Educoin balance has reached 100 EduCoins. You can use the voucher to book private one one one live English conversation classes with our English tutors.
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