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Preparing for College

July 31st, 2007 at 10:33 pm

What a shopping day!

Today I went down to the university to pick up my school ID and to find my classes. I went with friends which was a big mistake. I was able to find each of my classes, but I didn't find them in the order that I have the classes plus I also followed my friends to their classes. I'm going to take another trip down to the university in a few more days by myself.

I also got a list of books I need for my classes. 5 books are required with a 6th book being optional. I'll wait until the second or third week before I decide if I need the optional book.

I managed to buy all 5 required textbooks online today. It took me a couple hours, but I finally found the best prices for each book. 5 books for a total of $250 (including shipping). The most expensive one being my Calculus book at $78. The university sells it used for $110 (new is $150), so I saved quite a bit of money! Best of all, the same Calc book is used for the next Calc level. If I had bought my textbooks at the university it would have cost me between $361.42-501.72.

Not only did I buy my textbooks, I also bought a few basic supplies. I bought a 5 subject notebook (I'm taking 5 classes so it works out perfectly!), a large binder that has a pencil pouch and expandable file in it, a large tote bag, and some pens and pencils. The bag is huge-I'm fairly certain that I could fit in it. I spent about $40 on the supplies.

It was a fun day. I enjoyed the hours it took to find everything.

3 Responses to “Preparing for College”

  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    LOL. Now I have this image of a young college girl curled up on top of her text books inside a very large totebag.

  2. Nic Says:

    It sounds as if you're off to a great start.

  3. fern Says:

    This has been one of my wierd recurring dreams. It's the first day of classes and i can't find my classrooms and don't know where to go. I graduated from college more than 20 years ago and still have these so-called 'anxiety' dreams!

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