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- Dec 11, '09 by beejayceeFYI, I just googled the Vanders international edition and you can get the 11th ed. new for >$50 w/shipping. That's the edition I used and it was identical to the US edition, but it is softbound.
- Dec 11, '09 by newgirlaso i just bought all my books from soph II used (same ones we need) except fundamentals. if i had a book scholarship before do you think ill get one for lsu? i heard u barely get anything.
oh and do we have to dress a certain way for school and do we need plain white tennis shoes?
- Dec 11, '09 by cpkRNYour first semester, you just wear regular clothes. No uniforms till soph II. Plain white shoes come into play when you wear uniforms. The lecture rooms can go from downright freezing to steaming hot in one class period, so I'd suggest dressing in layers. The only big no no dress-wise is no cut offs. Another one that's somewhat enforced is no short shorts, but I hope you're not wearing shorts right now and with the temperature changes in the lecture rooms, I don't see how you'd want to wear shorts anyway (people still do in the warmer months).
Getting up at 6 am, I was often in ratty scrubs and t shirt with a hoodie or other long sleeved shirt closeby in case it got cold in the room. Oh, the cadaver lab - absolutely no shorts or open toed shoes - I wore scrubs or sweats with old tennis shoes. And the cadaver lab is COLD! Be prepared or you will be miserable for the 3 hour lab (I speak from experience - haha!). Also, you don't want to wear anything you'd wear outside of school into lab because it will stink forever no matter how much you wash it!
- Dec 11, '09 by arose1Hey all; Is anyone's orientation on the 17th? Is it really at 10pm? That seems pretty late to me, I'm hoping it's a mistake.
I got an "A" in microbiology!!!
- Dec 11, '09 by newgirlaooo ok thank u! yea ill just wear old clothes lol
signing in is between 9:30-10
and good job!!! i got a B :/ i was 2 pts away from an A
- Dec 11, '09 by rebecca9341ok purchased the international ed of vander's not to shabby...brand new $52 paid for quick shipping. found the anatomy book at some website, but it was overseas and would be paying $15 for shipping also a bit worried about paying for something that's not even in the country...or continent for that matter.
no finaid yet either, probably won't get it until school starts since my money goes straight to them. I'll just have to reimburse myself when the school gives me back the rest of my money. It's coming out of the savings for now...
- Dec 11, '09 by rebecca9341Oh yeah, i would love it if somebody could post ISBNs for the books so i can make sure to get the correct ones thanks
- Dec 13, '09 by beejayceeAtlas of Anatomy ISBN 978-1-60406-062-1.
Unfortunately, my Human Anatomy is an instructor's edition. LOL! I turned it over to get the ISBN and saw where it has written "Not For Sale"!
Comer's Abnormal Psychology (6th edition, not 7th!) ISBN 978-0-71667-6906-4
- Dec 13, '09 by rebecca9341thanks! atlas of anatomy was the one i was having trouble with. too many different ones
- Dec 13, '09 by beejayceeGotcha! It's a lot of money to accidentally grab the wrong one. It is Thieme's "Atlas of Anatomy" by Gilroy, MacPherson, and Ross. Thieme also has a website: winkingskull.com, if you need more info.