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Le Menu du Junk
Below is a list of common school
items that you are likely to have lying around after graduation. You
know you should have tossed most of what you made your parents haul back
to their house. I have focused mainly on paper items here.
professional library should reflect what you studied in school.
Keep all the books you spared from the Book Buy-Back scam that
textbook stores run at the end of each semester.
you are continuing on to a related graduate or post-graduate
program, your notes will only be taking up space. Yes, they were
helpful in the past, but what is the likelihood that you will
read through your notes after you graduate? Let's be honest now.
with notes, the usefulness of tests (the actual paper copies)
expire soon after school ends. If you are continuing in a career
that relates to your degree, it is every employers hope that you
have synthesized the content of those tests. Keep them around if
you continue on in an advanced degree program.
you have some absolutely relevant articles that you can use for
work or continuing education purpose, keep the coursepacks for a
year. If the three-inch thick flimsy tomes are bending under
their own weight and making your otherwise stellar book
collection look sloppy, jot down the title, author, and
publication data of your favorite articles, and toss the pack.
Unless they are unpublished papers, you will be able to retrieve
the article from a university library.
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