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Well i have done it now. I was supposed to purchase a book at the beginning of the semester and I forgot to purchase it.

Well its that time in the semester i nEED that book and I dont have it.

I am so stressing out about this.

Keep your fingers crossed that the bookstore still has it in stock.

Thanks gang.

Duh further proof I am stupid.

ShellyRN07

Specializes in CCU. Has 2 years experience.

Well i have done it now. I was supposed to purchase a book at the beginning of the semester and I forgot to purchase it.

Well its that time in the semester i nEED that book and I dont have it.

I am so stressing out about this.

Keep your fingers crossed that the bookstore still has it in stock.

Thanks gang.

Duh further proof I am stupid.

If your bookstore doesn't have it you could try ebay, that has saved me before. :p

Tweety, BSN, RN

Specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac. Has 28 years experience.

I've have a few of those DUH! Moments myself. Don't feel back. If you're in a big hurry try Amazon and pay for having it shipped one day.

If your bookstore doesn't have it you could try ebay, that has saved me before. :p

I rarely buy books from my bookstore, I buy them from Half.com. It is run by Ebay. It has been my experience that the books are significantly cheaper and often there are older editions that I needed. In addition, the books are often sold by other students so the highlighting is often of all the important material. Bonus for me!!!! Hope you can find what you need :)

jschut, BSN, RN

Has 20 years experience.

You are not stupid!

Many times we have all been in a predicament that could have been avoided. Just shop for your book and get it...it'll be ok! :)

Check your school library. Most current texts are there for reference.

Perhaps your prof has an extra copy you can borrow?

Also, Barnesandnoble.com has a better supply of texts than amazon.com -- and I'm a regular at the latter.

Good luck.

SJ

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