missinglink wrote:I snapped up a couple "like-new" copies of books that were priced similarly to "good" copies with highlighting and notes. They are in the mail, so it remains to be seen whether their descriptions were accurate.
The cost of the required books are only the half of it. There's also supplemental books to buy. I'm not really sure what will be useful yet, so I'm holding back on those until I get a better idea of which books are useful and which aren't.
Didn't think the cost difference wold be that much and that there'd be "like new" copies around this late. Are the supplements the cheaper, paperback books listed? Nothing for me is officially marked supplementary.