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helping college students save money on books

a startup idea shared by Joseph Poulin on 08/17/2016

Going through college, I spent an arm and a leg of textbooks. Some of the textbooks I only opened once or twice, and could easily have done well in the class without it.<br><br>My idea is a website/mobile app where college students can post class- and professor-specific opinions/data on whether or not the textbook is worth buying, for future students to use. Links to amazon or other cheaper sources to buy books can be provided too.<br><br> A student hesitant to purchase a book for a class can go to that specific professor and class and see what past students have said, and decide for his/herself whether the risk of not purchasing a book and potentially be underprepared for the class is worth saving a couple hundred dollars.

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