Getting CHEAP CHEAP textbooks --- continued
Tharyn wrote: ↑ I find it kind of ridiculous that so many people here advocate photocopying text books, ugh, and I'm sure you let all your friends "photocopy" your assignments as well.
Not only is it illegal but it's just plain riduclous, to sit down and photocopy a 600+ textbook is just beyond me.
Personally I'd say just buy the book, you're already paying so much for tuition, it won't make that big of a difference.
The bf4u and 1st2ndb websites seem to be running; has anyone been using them?Mr.Manic wrote: ↑ I've never photocopied textbook before, but I have managed to download a few. I saved over $200 on one textbook that was required for a class last year by downloading it, only to find out that we had absolutely no use for the textbook in the course at any point. So basically the prof got 90% of the class to buy a $200+ textbook for absolutely no reason but I was lucky enough to save my money. Leason learned: unless you are buying the book used and for a steep discount, wait until you know for sure you actually need the book before you buy it.
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