This is a follow-up to yesterday’s post. Another way you can save money on textbooks is not buying books at all! You probably haven’t checked, but your school library probably has copies of most textbooks that your classes will use.
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Really, all you need to do is go to the library and check the book out! You may want to join with a friend or two from class on this to make sure that between you, you can have the book checked out at all times!
I won’t make a guarantee that your college does this, but I’d be willing to bet most Division-1 colleges will have a program that will help you out.
No money spent on textbooks = very awesome!
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