Hi, just after some suggestions.
I'm moving so trying to do a clean out, I have about 6 textbooks left from my Bach nursing that I really will never use again.
They are fairly old - I graduated in 2006 I think! But I'm hoping that there is some way that they can go to good use rather than just throwing them out.
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02-08-2013 11:54 #1
02-08-2013 20:34 #2
hello there I would like your books iam studying EEN where do you live I live in Sydney thanks jojo
02-08-2013 22:39 #3
I probably should have mentioned I'm in perth. I hate to think how much postage would be - they weigh a ton! Sorry
03-08-2013 06:47 #4
oh no ): thanks jojo
03-08-2013 07:47 #5Senior Member
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Im currently doing a bach of health science, and from what I understand medical knowledge is updated so regularly that anything over 5 years old is considered out of date im afraid.
However, that doesn't mean I dont believe anyone shouldn't have them, I just want to let this be know so that they are only used to gain understanding, but not to be relied upon heavily.
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03-08-2013 08:34 #6
03-08-2013 10:59 #7
I put my old nursing textbooks on gumtree a few years after I graduated & sold them all easily. I have no idea if they were still being used or if newer editions had come out since, but someone wanted them! Maybe try putting an ad up there & making them free or low cost? Someone who can't afford the cost of current editions might be able to use them.
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