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Postby the_wanderer » Sat Oct 07, 2006 7:43 pm

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Postby Theodore » Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:21 pm

How close are you to the nearest college? They'll probably have a library with all sorts of books that you can read on-site, and certainly a bookstore where you can buy, use, and sell back textbooks. This is probably the cheapest option if you're fairly close and can't afford textbooks of your own. Short of that, there are also various online bookstores which let you buy and sell back textbooks, such as MBS Direct, and your local library may let you special request textbooks. You'll just have to ask and find out.

As for studying for the ACT / SAT / etc., you can find lots of resources for this online, either free or quite cheap. For instance: ... p_one.html

You might also consider just springing for a test prep book (maybe Barron's). Your ACT/SAT score is one of the most important factors in getting into a good college with a decent scholarship, and if you intend to invest any money at all in your education, this is a good place to start.

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Postby the_wanderer » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:32 am

Thanks a lot for the advice, I'm going to go to my local college on monday.

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Postby isamama » Wed Nov 01, 2006 11:56 pm

Wanderer, check your local University to see if they have a resource room. Our University has a resource room you can check out textbooks, manipulatives, and other educational supplies from - for free. It is worth a call. It is possible they may ask that your parent "officially" check things out, so they can be sure it might be returned. More than likely this resource room would be in the Education department/building somewhere, so when you look in your phone book that might be the best place to start.

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