Post # 1
Okay, I feel like a schmuck asking this to begin with. So, please, I don’t need anyone telling me I should have already bought the book. But things have been tight with FI and me lately and I’m taking online classes for my last semester. I don’t have money this month to pay my tuition let alone pay for a $60 textbook, so I figured I could wing it using the internet and so far it’s been good. But now the professor is asking questions like, “Okay, for this week, answer question #4 at the end of Chapter #5.” So there’s no way I can wing it without the question.
I was hoping there may be a Bee out there that has a copy of Agnew’s Juvenile Delinquency book that may be able to help me out and just tell me what the questions are (note: I’m not looking for answers or anything, just the questions I need to answer).
I’d reeeeally appreciate it. .__.
Post # 3
maybe you can just e-mail a fellow classmate and ask them? Sometimes you can also go on Amazon and request to “peek” at pages of a book. IDK if that would help or not….While you are on Amazon, you might try to find the book used. I bought one of my dental hygiene books on Amazon for $12!
Post # 4
So, after 20 minutes of fiddling around on this site that we use to do online classes, I finally figured out how to see who else is in the class. I’m going to see if anyone will let me photocopy their book 😀 Thanks for the suggestions 🙂
Post # 5
Sometimes the school libraries have copies of the books!!
Post # 6
Unfortunatly, not in the case of this book. A lot of the time professors will also put copies of their textbooks on reserved in the library so that you can use it “in library” only which is nice. But this professor didn’t opt to do that. The textbook also isn’t on google look through or whatever it’s called 😛 (although the supplemental book is which is nice).