The Long Game - Chapter 1: Rough Start

Note - this is a reasonably HFY story I wrote about a year or so ago. Figured yall woul like it. C 1 of 60.

Meet Fred. By most metrics he was a perfectly ordinary Danish engineering student at the Danish Technical University (Small country, we only have one). He knew his math, he had probed the deep and ancient lore of dorm drinking games and he knew how to have fun – be it shit-posting online, sharing spicy internet memes or taking the piss on thin-skinned fools who thought that people saying rude things online was some kind of crime against humanity. Of course, there was one thing that he had fun with above all others:

There are certain hobbies that seem to fit really well to certain types of people, especially the various forms of college students. Like, if you’re doing social studies, then chances are that you’ll end up in some kind of activism – indeed there are plenty of college student stereotypes, and quite often there is at least something to them.

For example: The legendary feats of alcoholic distillation from various chemistry students Fred knew, and so on. Particulars would of course wary, but still. Anyway, the point of all of this is that mechanical engineering students are the biggest geeks of the all, at least if you asked Fred. Sure, any college student can be roped into playing Dungeons and Dragons or something similar at least once, but according to Fred you would need a student who had regular access to machine shops and sheet metal to get the perfect storm of nerdery: Why settle for imagining being a knight in shiny armor, when you can weld and rivet your own steel plate armor together?

…especially if you can get shop class credit for doing so.

That’s how Fred got into his ‘LARP’ thing – Live Action Role Playing, where you straight up dressed up and acted out what most other normal nerds would just imagine and simulate with dice, with hundreds of other likeminded geeks and nerds who all liked getting physical. His foam halberd sturdy, his steel plate painted with a black varnish, together with his dark cloak gave him a very ‘black knight’ look – for truly: making your foes afraid of you was half the battle, and being able to spook the shit out of self-aggrandizing elf-players was hilarious.

So why all this about Fred and his geekery? Was there anything special going on with his study-groups, or the math tutoring he did on the side to earn him extra booze and hangover-kebab money? Why is he relevant for this story?

Well, it jus

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[OC Article] How to make the most out of your JEE preparation? by u/IcecreamMan_1006

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Okay all this is coming from a guy whose rank in mains was just 62XX and definitely not one of the toppers so you can improvise on the following to make it more productive but I personally think these would definitely improve your scores

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1. How do I go about planning my schedule?
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Okay so for this instead of making a timetable with timings and stuff, I'd say make a list of things you need to complete and preferably add more than what you can do for a day. Say you can do some 6-7 tasks per day, make sure you have at least 10 items on your to-do and try to make sure you complete them. Take them as steps that might end up taking you to your dream college. Everyday you manage to complete more than you expected, put a cross or mark it down somewhere so that you remember on how many days you worked hard and on how many you didn't. This might take 2-3 weeks to get habituated to but once you get through those initial stages your planning is done!

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2. What books to refer to?
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Physics(when chapters are going on):
a. Read theory from HCV before the class(assuming you have an idea on what they are gonna start with first.
b. Most of it will just go over your head but just remember what you read, it'll all make sense once they start teaching
c. After the class go through the exercise questions from HCV
d. If theory doesn't make sense in HCV, go for DC Pandey, their theory is better than that of HCV
e. Practice 2-3 irodov problems per day(even 1 is sufficient but make it a habit)

Chemistry:
For Inorganic - NCERT for mains and JD Lee[Not essential but might be helpful] for advanced
For Organic - Your notes are going to be the best theory you can get for organic chem, idk why but you can't find proper texts anywhere for OC and for practice Himanshu Pandey and also MS Chouhan
For Physical - You might buy cengage for practice and theory but for most of the 12th grade stuff, NCERT is enough and for practice buy N Avasthi

Math:
For math just practice practice and practice and always try to score full in practice papers or DPPs
a. Cengage is best for theory and practice(Do these when the chapters are going on and not when the portion is done)
b.Vikas Gupta for math is also a great option for advanced prep

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Google Drive eTextbooks release thread (part-84)!+ Accepting requests every day
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  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too
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22683.Inorganic Flexible Optoelectronics: Materials and Applications – eBook

22684.The New International System of Units (SI): Quantum Metrology and Quantum Standards – eBook

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22687.Geomagnetically Induced Currents from the Sun to the Power Grid – eBook

22688.A Guide to Experiments in Quantum Optics (3rd Edition) – eBook

22689.Oxide Thermoelectric Materials: from Basic Principles to Applications – eBook

22690.Boundary Conditions in Electromagnetics – eBook

22691.Optical Properties of Materials and Their Applications (2nd Edition) – eBook

22692.Handbook of Molecular Lasers – eBook

22693.Laser Beam Shaping Applications (2nd Edition) – eBook

22694.Characterization Techniques and Tabulations for Organic Nonlinear Optical Materials – eBook

22695.Optical Engineering Science – eBook

22696.Vacuum in Particle Accelerators: Modelling, Design and Operation of Beam Vacuum Systems – eBook

22697.Two-Dimensional Semiconductors: Synthesis, Physical Properties and Applications – eBook

22698.Exploring the Solar System: The History and Science of Planetary Exploration – eBook

22699.Colour and the Optical Properties of Materials (2nd Edition) – eBook

22700.Coherent Structures in Granular Crystals: From Experiment and Modelling to Computation and Mathematical Analysis – eBook

22701.Bent-Shaped Liquid Crystals: Structures and Physical Properties – eBook

22702.Principles of Inorganic Materials Design (3rd Edition) – eBook

22703.Computer Organization and Architecture (10th Edition) – eBook

22704.Information Privacy Engineering and Privacy by Design: Understanding Privacy Threats, Technology, and Regulations Based on Standards and Best Practices – eBook

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  4. Machine Learning: a Concise Introduction, 1st Edition: Steven W. Knox

  5. The ABSITE Review, 6th Edition: Steven M. Fiser

  6. Optical Engineering Science, 1st Edition: Stephen Rolt

  7. Essentials of Geology, 4th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  8. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 6th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  9. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 5th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  10. Steam Plant Operation, 10th Edition: Everett Woodruff & Herbert Lammers & Thomas Lammers

  11. Statistics Using Stata: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Sharon Lawner Weinberg & Sarah Knapp Abramowitz

  12. Statistics and Probability with Applications, 3rd Edition: Daren S. Starnes & Josh Tabor

  13. State Constitutional Law: Cases and Materials, 5th Edition: Lawrence Friedman & Robert F. Williams

  14. Starving for Justice: Hunger Strikes, Spectacular Speech, and the Struggle for Dignity: Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval

  15. Starting Out with C++: Early Objects, 10th Edition: Tony Gaddis & Judy Walters

  16. Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing: American Educational Research Association

  17. Sport Psychology: From Theory to Practice, 5th Edition: Mark H. Anshel

  18. SOLIDWORKS 2019 Basic Tools, 1st Edition: Paul Tran

  19. Sociology of Families: Change, Continuity, and Diversity, 1st Edition: Teresa Ciabattari

  20. Sociological Perspectives on Aging: Laura Funk

  21. Social Science: An Introduction to the Study of Society, 17th Edition: David C. Colander & Elgin F. Hunt

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To nurse or not to nurse?

Hi everyone, I'm currently a nursing and premed student in my final year of a 4yr BSN program. So nursing is my core major and I took additional science pre-requisites for medical school (just incase I wanted to try and apply). I absolutely loved my science classes (which was essentially the "premed curriculum:"

  • 2 semesters of inorganic; 2 of organic chemistry; 1 of biochemistry
  • 2 sem. of physics
  • 3 extra semesters of biology (general; molecular/cellular/400-level anatomy)
  • I also conduct research in a biology lab on campus (in my 3rd year of research)

I have some clinical experience - got my CNA in high school and took a sports med class (shadowed AT's and PT's). I've shadowed physicians and did a nursing internship this past summer in a trauma-neuro ICU. I don't know what I want to do and I realize practice is different from classes, but I'm not sure that nursing is for me. I go to a fairly well-respected university, but over the years I've come to dread each semester. Not because I have to "go back" to school (I've taken summer college classes since junior year of high school) but because of the nursing classes.

It's hard for me to pin-point, but I think it might be because I don't personally care for the "nursing model." I have always loved natural sciences (bio/chem/physics) and nursing does employ EBP, but to me its just not the same. There are tons of extra fees ( >$800 for ATI each year, castle branch and all the clearances each year, books, online access codes, etc.). I get that some of those things are part of college, but it seems like schools just expect you to have a couple thousand laying around to toss at fees.

There also seems to be a lack of consensus on some of (what I think) are the most basic things like lab values or vital signs in our textbooks/lecture slides/clinicals and it is frustrating to try and pin down a seemingly moving target (like how do two different books assigned for the same class have different numbers for VS or labs?!?). I've always been curious about the "why," and my nursing classes teach me how to be a nurse but don't go much further beyond that and my professors can never give me answers. What I liked about the sciences is there were right and wrong answers and there weren't theories for every little thing someone thought of. Material was concise and made sense.

But I digress. Ultimately, I think that I would prefer a medical model of care that is more focused on the natural sciences. I've thought of

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Roast my collection and suggest a new book.

This is alphabetized with no real concern for anything but the first letter appearing, and it is largely without editions, or authors although I do plan on adding authors to my list at some point.

Science / Educational

  • A History of Anthropological Theory, Fifth Edition
  • Amino Acid Metabolism
  • An Introduction to Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics
  • Applied Calculus for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences: A Brief Approach
  • Atkins' Physical Chemistry
  • Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Biochemistry: The Molecular Basis of Life
  • Bioinorganic Chemistry
  • Biostatistics: The Bare Essentials
  • Calculus: A Complete Introduction: Teach Yourself
  • Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, & Biological Chemistry (10th Edition)
  • Clinical Biostatistics Made Ridiculously Simple
  • Concise Guide to APA Style
  • Epidemiology for Canadian Students: Principles, Methods and Critical Appraisal
  • Essential Genetics: A Genomics Perspective
  • Essentials of Paramedicine Care Vol. I & II Canadian Edition
  • Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition)
  • Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2021: 5 Books in 1, 1e
  • Fundamentals of Physics I: Mechanics, Relativity, and Thermodynamics, Expanded Edition (Open Yale Courses)
  • Fundamentals of Physics II: Electromagnetism, Optics, and Quantum Mechanics
  • Human Anatomy, Global Edition
  • Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach (6th Edition)
  • Immunology Made Ridiculously Simple
  • Introduction to Genetic Analysis
  • Introduction to Psychoneuroimmunology
  • Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Biochemistry
  • Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology
  • Lippincott’s Photo Atlas of Medication Administration
  • MCAT Complete 7-Book Subject Review 2021-2022: (Online + Book + 3 Practice Tests)
  • Microbiology: An Introduction (13th Edition)
  • Molecular Biology
  • Molecular Neuropharmacology: A Foundation for Clinical Neuroscience, Third Edition
  • Molecular Pathology in Clinical Practice
  • Molecular Population Genetics
  • Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals
  • Porth Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States
  • Rapid Interpretation of EKG’s
  • Social Determinants of Health, Third Edition: Canadian Perspectives
  • Ten Steps to Advanced Reading
  • Textbook of Receptor Pharmacology
  • The Cambridge Course of Elementary Physics. Part 1.
  • Understanding Advanced Organic And Analytical Chemistry: The Learner's Approach (Revised Edition)
  • Understanding Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry: The Learner's App
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How To Survive Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Further Maths A level (for soon to be Year 12 students from soon to be year 13)

You don't. Nah just kidding. Hello there. My name is Raf and i'm your fellow student. If you're reading this post then probably you have picked one of the subjects above as your A level and it just so happens that I've already survived one year of them so let me give you some tips and sources. I'll split this post into sections by subjects and at the end there will be some general advice. Although I probably have take courses from different exam boards, i presume that the exam boards have very similar content.

Let's start with my least favourite subject as of now, Chemistry (OCR A):

Chemistry is split into 4-ish components. Practicals, Basics, Organic and Inorganic chemistry.

Practicals is something that is a must during A levels. You will be graded pass or fail on each of them and from entirety you will get a pass or fail. It is quite difficult to fail them unless your teacher is not the best. The tips I can give you is to beg your teacher to let you stay on lunch or if you're lucky you'll get a double period. It is important that you follow the procedure carefully and also do some preliminary research about a practical if you know that one is coming. you also need to be careful especially in some of them because the measurements need to be as precise as possible. Once i got a result that a hydroxide that i was using included an element from the bottom of group 1. Which would mean that i'd be dead if that was a case. And take your time, do a rough run of the practical either on lesson or in your mind.

Inorganic chemistry should be not that difficult, because it deals more with physics that happens during the reaction like inter-molecular forces and energy transfers, once you get a grasp of it you get the intuition that every molecule is a magnet made from smaller magnets. Literally the only force in chemistry that is at play is electrostatic force so treat molecules like magnets. Also there will be a bit more detail about something called orbitals. A shell can be split into a sub shell and then into an orbital which holds at most 2 electrons. It is a simple concept trust me. A lot of concepts can be re-deduced on the spot once you get the basics.

Organic chemistry is unfortunately mostly memorising. This is mainly because you can't really figure out on the spot which reagents to use during a reaction and most of the molecules in organic are made from Carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. So what can i say except that you should get some flas

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Proton Affinity, pKa, and Heat of Ionization

I'm reading an older textbook ("Modern Inorganic Chemistry" by W.L. Jolly) and it states that increasing the number of carbons in an alkyl acid (ie. alcohol) generally increases the acidity. At first I thought it was dead wrong, since pKa of ethanol (15.9) is greater than that of methanol (15.5), then I read that his reasoning is ethanol has a lower heat of ionization of the acidic proton (376.1 kcal/mol) than methanol (379.2 kcal/mol).

I understand that pKa is most often an aqueous statistic, whereas heat of ionization is a gaseous one. And in water, ethoxide might be less stable than methoxide due to increased hydrophobic effects of longer alkyl chains. What I'm wondering is, can it be said that ethanol is more acidic than methanol in gas phase, due to the longer alkyl chain, which better stabilizes the negative charge after dissociation of the acidic proton?

I've seen it explained online that the longer alkyl chain is more electron donating, and that's why pKa is higher, but that should mean heat of acidic proton ionization is higher too, right?

Lastly, is it fair to say proton affinity and heat of proton ionization are directly correlated? (ie. proton affinity of methanol must be greater than that of ethanol, since heat of proton ionization is greater in methanol)

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A Cool Undergraduate Experiment in Photochromism...

Short preface here: This whole post might get a little long, but it's something interesting for anyone looking for a neat and easy experiment. r/chemistry is home to people ranging from high school students to experienced PhD holders, but my goal with most material is to make it presentable to any audience. If you have taken some undergraduate chemistry/physics this experiment is inherently a lot more accessible due to an understanding of how light works (and you may be able to zoom past some beginning parts here), but I am going to try to present this information at a pretty basic level so that most may understand and enjoy – it is very cool! I would love to talk more about the experiment with anyone. Feel free to skip to the very end for a tl;dr.

 

So, the first issue to handle: what is photochromism? Photochromism is the ability of a substance to change between two different states of absorption upon activation with electromagnetic radiation. It sounds a little complex, but most people see this phenomenon quite often (in transition lenses of glasses, for example). Let’s break it down a little..

 

Photochromism at work.^1

 

The picture above, for anyone who may not know, shows an absorption spectrum. The peaks on the absorption spectrum (A is gray here, B is red) show what wavelength of light is being absorbed by a particular substance.

 

All wavelengths of light are somewhere on the electromagnetic spectrum.

 

We only see that tiny portion of visible light in the middle. The diagram shows how wavelength corresponds to our different classifications of light. The wavelength of light absorbed by something (in this case, I’m talking about some specific dyes, but we will get to that later) directly correlates to the color that we see. So, if something is absorbing certain wavelengths of light, we see whatever wavelengths are left over. Here is a really simple explanation:

 

Colors yayyy^2

 

If orange light is being absorbed, we get something that is blue in color. So, your blue Gatorade is absorbing orange light, and that’s why it looks blue. That’s oversimplifying a bit (EVERYTHING in chemistry is oversimplified a bit), but basically that is what’s going on here. Returning, then, to the absorption spectrum in the first link: at point A, a dye is absorbing ultraviolet light, and is therefore

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Advice on future career paths

Hi everyone, I'm currently a nursing and premed student in my final year of a 4yr BSN program. So nursing is my core major and I took additional science pre-requisites for medical school (just incase I wanted to try and apply). I absolutely loved my science classes (which was essentially the "premed curriculum:"

  • 2 semesters of inorganic; 2 of organic chemistry; 1 of biochemistry
  • 2 sem. of physics
  • 3 extra semesters of biology (general; molecular/cellular/400-level anatomy)
  • I also conduct research in a biology lab on campus (in my 3rd year of research)

I have some clinical experience - got my CNA in high school and took a sports med class (shadowed AT's and PT's). I've shadowed physicians and did a nursing internship this past summer in a trauma-neuro ICU. I don't know what I want to do and I realize practice is different from classes, but I'm not sure that nursing is for me. I go to a fairly well-respected university, but over the years I've come to dread each semester. Not because I have to "go back" to school (I've taken summer college classes since junior year of high school) but because of the nursing classes.

It's hard for me to pin-point, but I think it might be because I don't personally care for the "nursing model." I have always loved natural sciences (bio/chem/physics) and nursing does employ EBP, but to me its just not the same. There are tons of extra fees ( >$800 for ATI each year, castle branch and all the clearances each year, books, online access codes, etc.). I get that some of those things are part of college, but it seems like schools just expect you to have a couple thousand laying around to toss at fees.

There also seems to be a lack of consensus on some of (what I think) are the most basic things like lab values or vital signs in our textbooks/lecture slides/clinicals and it is frustrating to try and pin down a seemingly moving target (like how do two different books assigned for the same class have different numbers for VS or labs?!?). I've always been curious about the "why," and my nursing classes teach me how to be a nurse but don't go much further beyond that and my professors can never give me answers. What I liked about the sciences is there were right and wrong answers and there weren't theories for every little thing someone thought of. Material was concise and made sense.

But I digress. Ultimately, I think that I would prefer a medical model of care that is more focused on the natural sciences. I've t

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  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too
  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive link
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  • Also, upvote the post if you found it useful

Please find the list below:

  1. Strategy and Human Resource Management, 4th Edition: John Purcell & Peter Boxall

  2. Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems, 10th Edition: Candace Bos & Sharon Vaughn

  3. Strategic Management of Technological Innovation, 6th Edition: Melissa Schilling

  4. Machine Learning: a Concise Introduction, 1st Edition: Steven W. Knox

  5. The ABSITE Review, 6th Edition: Steven M. Fiser

  6. Optical Engineering Science, 1st Edition: Stephen Rolt

  7. Essentials of Geology, 4th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  8. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 6th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  9. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 5th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  10. Steam Plant Operation, 10th Edition: Everett Woodruff & Herbert Lammers & Thomas Lammers

  11. Statistics Using Stata: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Sharon Lawner Weinberg & Sarah Knapp Abramowitz

  12. Statistics and Probability with Applications, 3rd Edition: Daren S. Starnes & Josh Tabor

  13. State Constitutional Law: Cases and Materials, 5th Edition: Lawrence Friedman & Robert F. Williams

  14. Starving for Justice: Hunger Strikes, Spectacular Speech, and the Struggle for Dignity: Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval

  15. Starting Out with C++: Early Objects, 10th Edition: Tony Gaddis & Judy Walters

  16. Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing: American Educational Research Association

  17. Sport Psychology: From Theory to Practice, 5th Edition: Mark H. Anshel

  18. SOLIDWORKS 2019 Basic Tools, 1st Edition: Paul Tran

  19. Sociology of Families: Change, Continuity, and Diversity, 1st Edition: Teresa Ciabattari

  20. Sociological Perspectives on Aging: Laura Funk

  21. Social Science: An Introduction to the Study of Society, 17th Edition: David C. Colander & Elgin F. Hunt

  22. Williams Textbook of Endocrinology, 14th Edition: Shlomo Melmed & Ronald Koenig & Clifford Rosen & Richar

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Google Drive eTextbooks release thread (part-30)!+ Accepting requests every day
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  1. Transcultural Nursing: Assessment and Intervention, 7th Edition: Joyce Newman Giger

  2. Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Updated 5th Edition: Allen P Wilcoxon & Theodore P. Remley & Samuel T. Gladding

  3. Run, Don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Med ical Center, 1st Edition: Adele Levine

  4. Aging and Older Adulthood, 4th Edition: Joan T. Erber

  5. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 8th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso

  6. Assembly Language for x86 Processors, 7th Edition: Kip R. Irvine

  7. Exploring Research, 9th Edition, Global Edition: Neil J. Salkind

  8. Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence, 2nd Edition: Karen Jacobs & Nancy MacRae & Karen Sladyk & Karen Jacobs & Nancy MacRae

  9. Financial Microeconometrics: A Research Methodology in Corporate Finance and Accounting, 1st Edition: Marek Gruszczyński

  10. Imagining Indianness: Cultural Identity and Literature, 1st Edition: Diana Dimitrova & Thomas de Bruijn

  11. Lehne's Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 10th Edition: Jacqueline Burchum & Laura Rosenthal

  12. Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh, 7th Edition: Samuel B. Green & Neil J. Salkind

  13. Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice, 3rd Edition: Jacqueline Corcoran & Joseph Walsh

  14. Landscapes and Landforms of Eastern Canada, 1st Edition: Olav Slaymaker & Norm Catto

  15. Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2nd Edition: Sari Edelstein

  16. Electronic Circuits with MATLAB, PSpice, and Smith Chart, 1st Edition: Won Y. Yang & Jaekwon Kim & Kyung W. Park & Donghyun Baek

  17. Tests & Measurement for People Who (Think They) Hate Tests & Measurement, 3rd Edition: Neil J. Salkind

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  3. Strategic Management of Technological Innovation, 6th Edition: Melissa Schilling

  4. Machine Learning: a Concise Introduction, 1st Edition: Steven W. Knox

  5. The ABSITE Review, 6th Edition: Steven M. Fiser

  6. Optical Engineering Science, 1st Edition: Stephen Rolt

  7. Essentials of Geology, 4th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  8. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 6th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  9. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 5th Edition: Stephen Marshak

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-34)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
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  1. Strategy and Human Resource Management, 4th Edition: John Purcell & Peter Boxall

  2. Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems, 10th Edition: Candace Bos & Sharon Vaughn

  3. Strategic Management of Technological Innovation, 6th Edition: Melissa Schilling

  4. Machine Learning: a Concise Introduction, 1st Edition: Steven W. Knox

  5. The ABSITE Review, 6th Edition: Steven M. Fiser

  6. Optical Engineering Science, 1st Edition: Stephen Rolt

  7. Essentials of Geology, 4th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  8. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 6th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  9. Earth: Portrait of a Planet, 5th Edition: Stephen Marshak

  10. Steam Plant Oper

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-30)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
  • Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions.

  • If you find your book in the thread below, comment "PMed" below and then send your request by clicking here (expect super quick replies).

  • Don't mention the title of the book in comments section, please

  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

  • All the payments would be upfront and accepted payment modes are PayPal/BTC/ETH/LTC. Gift cards can also be accepted in special cases

  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

  • You can also send requests via email/Google-Hangouts request/Skype request to [email protected] for faster communication

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  1. Transcultural Nursing: Assessment and Intervention, 7th Edition: Joyce Newman Giger

  2. Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Updated 5th Edition: Allen P Wilcoxon & Theodore P. Remley & Samuel T. Gladding

  3. Run, Don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Med ical Center, 1st Edition: Adele Levine

  4. Aging and Older Adulthood, 4th Edition: Joan T. Erber

  5. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 8th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso

  6. Assembly Language for x86 Processors, 7th Edition: Kip R. Irvine

  7. Exploring Research,

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-30)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
  • Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions.

  • If you find your book in the thread below, comment "PMed" below and then send your request by clicking here (expect super quick replies).

  • Don't mention the title of the book in comments section, please

  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

  • All the payments would be upfront and accepted payment modes are PayPal/BTC/ETH/LTC. Gift cards can also be accepted in special cases

  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

  • You can also send requests via email/Google-Hangouts request/Skype request to [email protected] for faster communication

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  1. Transcultural Nursing: Assessment and Intervention, 7th Edition: Joyce Newman Giger

  2. Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Updated 5th Edition: Allen P Wilcoxon & Theodore P. Remley & Samuel T. Gladding

  3. Run, Don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Med ical Center, 1st Edition: Adele Levine

  4. Aging and Older Adulthood, 4th Edition: Joan T. Erber

  5. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 8th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso

  6. Assembly Language for x86 Processors, 7th Edition: Kip R. Irvine

  7. Exploring Research,

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-22)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
  • Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions.

  • If you find your book in the thread below, comment "PMed" below and then send your request by clicking here (expect super quick replies).

  • Don't mention the title of the book in comments section, please

  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

  • All the payments would be upfront and accepted payment modes are PayPal/BTC/ETH/LTC. Gift cards can also be accepted in special cases

  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

  • You can also send requests via email/Google-Hangouts request/Skype request to [email protected] for faster communication

  • If you don't find the book in the list, you can send your new request to the mod by clicking here

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  1. Psychology, 5th Australian and New Zealand Edition with CyberPsych: Lorelle J. Burton & Drew Westen & Robin M. Kowalski

  2. Personal Finance, 2nd Edition: Robert B. Walker & Kristy Walker

  3. Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 8th Edition: J.M. Smith

  4. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 4th Edition: Joel R. Hass & Christopher E. Heil & Przemyslaw Bogacki & Maurice D. Weir

  5. Experience Communication, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey T. Child & Judy C. Pearson & Paul E Nelson

  6. VLSI Design Methodology Development, 1st Edition: Thomas Dillinger

  7. Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 6t

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[SHARE] Textbook Megathread #13 Free PDF

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Environment (10th Edition) Roger LeRoy Miller Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering) (4th Edition) - eBook Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems (4th Edition) – eBook Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis (5th Edition) - eBook Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis (5th Edition) – eBook Jay L. Devore Diagnostic Imaging: Brain (3rd Edition) - eBook Diagnostic Imaging: Brain (3rd Edition) – eBook Karen L. Salzman BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Fracture Repair and Management (2nd Edition) - eBook BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Fracture Repair and Management (2nd Edition) – eBook Toby Gemmill Physiology (Board Review Series) (7th Edition) - eBook Contanzo’s Physiology (7th Edition) – Board Review Series – eBook Linda S. Costanzo Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (8th Edition) - eBook Shackelford’s Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (8th Edition) – eBook Charles J. Yeo Sabiston Textbook of Surgery: The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice (20th Edition) - eBook Sabiston Textbook of Surgery: The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice (20th Edition) – eBook Courtney M. Townsend Jr Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images 4e pdf The Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images (4th Edition) – eBook Johannes Thomas Heverhagen Rapid Review Pathology (5th Edition) - eBook Rapid Review Pathology (5th Edition) – eBook Edward F. Goljan Pocket Emergency Medicine (4th Edition) - eBook Pocket Emergency Medicine (4th Edition) – eBook Richard D. Zane Rosen's Emergency Medicine - Concepts and Clinical Practice (8th Edition) -eBook Rosen’s Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice (9th Edition) – eBook Ron Walls Sitaraman and Friedman's Essentials of Gastroenterology (2nd Edition) - eBook Sitaraman and Friedman’s Essentials of Gastroenterology (2nd Edition) – eBook Lawerence S. Friedman Lab Manual and Workbook in Microbiology: Applications to Patient Care (12th Edition) - eBook Lab Manual and Workbook in Microbiology: Applications to Patient C

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-22)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
  • Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions.

  • If you find your book in the thread below, comment "PMed" below and then send your request by clicking here (expect super quick replies).

  • Don't mention the title of the book in comments section, please

  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

  • All the payments would be upfront and accepted payment modes are PayPal/BTC/ETH/LTC. Gift cards can also be accepted in special cases

  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

  • You can also send requests via email/Google-Hangouts request/Skype request to [email protected] for faster communication

  • If you don't find the book in the list, you can send your new request to the mod by clicking here

  • If you want solution manuals/testbanks, you can also request them to the mod by clicking here

  • Please subscribe the sub to find all the latest textbook releases

  • Also, upvote the megathread if you found it useful

  • Thousands of students have already been helped. Here is the proof

Please find the list below:

  1. Psychology, 5th Australian and New Zealand Edition with CyberPsych: Lorelle J. Burton & Drew Westen & Robin M. Kowalski

  2. Personal Finance, 2nd Edition: Robert B. Walker & Kristy Walker

  3. Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 8th Edition: J.M. Smith

  4. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 4th Edition: Joel R. Hass & Christopher E. Heil & Przemyslaw Bogacki & Maurice D. Weir

  5. Experience Communication, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey T. Child & Judy C. Pearson & Paul E Nelson

  6. VLSI Design Methodology Development, 1st Edition: Thomas Dillinger

  7. Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 6t

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[SHARE] Textbook Megathread #10 Free PDF

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Irvin B. Tucker Engineering Mechanics Statics 8e by Meriam Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 8th Edition – by Meriam – PDF James L. Meriam Marketing: An Introduction (13th Edition) - eBook Marketing: An Introduction (13th Edition) – Armstrong, Kotler – eBook Philip T. Kotler Krugman’s Economics for AP® (2nd Edition) - eBook Krugman’s Economics for AP® (2nd Edition) – eBook Paul Krugman Experiencing MIS (7th Edition) - eBook Experiencing MIS (7th Edition) – Global – eBook David M. Kroenke Statistics: Learning from Data (2nd Edition) - eBook Statistics: Learning from Data (2nd Edition) – eBook Roxy Peck Microbiology with Diseases by Body System (5th Edition) - eBook Microbiology with Diseases by Body System (5th Edition) – eBook Robert W. Bauman Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2016: Fundamentals - eBook Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 and Office 2016: Fundamentals – eBook Barbara Clemens Trigonometry (11th Edition) - eBook Trigonometry (11th Edition) – eBook Margaret L. Lial Learning Web Design: A Beginner's Guide to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Web Graphics (5th Edition) - eBook Learning Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Web Graphics (5th Edition) – eBook Jennifer Robbins Valuation: The Art and Science of Corporate Investment Decisions (3rd Edition)- eBook Valuation: The Art and Science of Corporate Investment Decisions (3rd Edition) – eBook Sheridan Titman Biopsychology - eBook Biopsychology (10th edition) global – eBook Steven Barnes Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists (4th Edition) - eBook Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists (4th Edition) Steven Chapra American Government: Institutions and Policies, Brief Version (13th Edition) - eBook American Government: Institutions and Policies, Brief version (13th edition) Matthew S. Levendusky Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology (14th Edition) - eBook Hole’s Human Anatomy and Physiology (14th Edition) – eBook David Shier Fluids & Electrolytes Made Incredibly Easy (6th Edition) - eBook Fluids and Electro

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