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Monday, October 18, 2010


Wow! It's been a while since I've last updated this blog.

I'm on my last quarter here at NSCC, and I'm still getting textbooks for free =)

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Never Pay for Textbooks again.

My first quarter, I had no idea what I was doing, and had to purchase 3 textbooks. The total came out to over $300. Yet, the books were only used once or twice a week, and at the end of the quarter when I took the books back to the store, they offered around $20 each for the books.

Needless to say, I started thinking of ways to go around this scam.

The next quarter, I started talking to my peers, and a few recommended "Amazon". I purchased my books online this time, YET I still ended up paying over $200. After comparing online prices and bookstore prices, the prices for most books were almost equal, and after shipping any savings were marginal.

I began to devise ways to obtain my books for free. I began to ask friends, I would ask on internet message boards, I would drive around to various bookstores.
For my 3rd quarter and beyond, I had come up with the perfect strategy.
Never again would I pay for any textbooks, when I can obtain them for FREE!

I've put all my information, and the steps I took in my ebook "Never Pay for Textbooks Again".
Fellow NSCC student, take the time to read my ebook - written for the North Seattle Student, BY a North Seattle student.

I realized that I never really need to pay for textbooks. For the past two quarters of school, I have not laid a cent on a bookstore’s counter. As I see it, there is no reason for any student to ever pay for textbooks, ever again. Here are my simple steps to attain free textbook access:

It's only $2.00 [Help a poor college kid out lol], yet provides ample information on obtaining your textbooks for free. I spent hours compiling my Ebook, and hope that it saves you alot of money in the long run, just as it has saved me.
[Simply Click on the "Buy Now" button at the top of the webpage , and after your payment - You'll automatically be given a link to download the Ebook in (.pdf) file format =) MAKE SURE TO ENTER YOUR CORRECT EMAIL WHEN IT ASKS FOR IT

hey I saw your ad on campus and decided to check it out. I bought your EBOOK and this is actually a pretty good reading, its structured good and informative, Im going to use these tips next quarter. this is one of the best $2.00 ever spent, knowing the secret to saving hundreds on books for a small price is priceless
- Jordan, NSCC Student

im an international student from china. i spent 3 quarters here at seatte. i would always buy the books from the book store at school. they are very expensive for small books. now that i know how to get free books i will use your methods. thank you.
- Sung, NSCC Student

As a faculty member at North, I've always been opposed of the unethical practices used by the bookstore. If possible, I've tried to avoid requiring students to purchase textbooks, and if truly needed, I have always recommended alternatives such as: Amazon, Ebay, and Craigslist. After reading your eBOOK, I've found alot of information very useful, and would like to share this information with my students (with your permission). In the future I will be referring all of my students to your page; Thank you for providing such a great product.
- ******, Faculty Member

They are getting rid of the media center next quarter (spring 10) :(

Sunday, March 21, 2010


Wooooo! The quarter is finally over!
Good luck on Finals!

Saturday, March 13, 2010

1 more week of classes!

Only one more week of classes left!

Few notes:

The Rover, a play put on by our school's theater group will have its 2 final performances this weekened

Satuday : 7:30 PM
Sunday : 2:30 PM
it's free to watch, *suggested donation $5*

Spring Quarter starts on Monday, April 5th - Be sure to have already registered for your classes! Most classes are full now -

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

UW Bothell Individual Advising Appointments

Call 206-527-3658 or drop by Advising to make a 1/2 hour appointment with a UW Bothell advisor

Tommorow (March 9th) !