FORMS Four to Seven students have a chance to win a free trip to Britain for a two-week education visit in July through the Inter-Secondary School Science Essay Competition. The contest is jointly organised by the British Council and the Education Department. The topic for the essay is ''How Your Study of Science Can Help You Contribute to the Conservation of Hong Kong's Environment''. The aim of the competition is to promote students' interest in science and encourage widespread understanding and use of English as well as to deepen the knowledge and culture of Britain. Four winners will be selected to attend the London International Youth Science Forum and spend a week in Britain by home stay - living with a British family. The forum is aimed at giving young people greater insight to science and its applications for the benefit of mankind. It is also hoped that youths of all nations will develop a greater understanding of each other through the forum. The winners will then spend a week with family members of the British participants in the forum so they can experience British culture and life. Participants should have a keen interest in science. They are required to submit an original essay between 500 and 800 words to the British Council on or before next Friday for an initial selection. Finalists will be interviewed next month by representatives from the British Council and the Education Department, and the sponsor, Cathay Pacific Airways. For more information, call Ms Christina Ma on 879-5138.