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thanks for the update man..

What do you think of Koofers.com? It offers free educational study materials, interactive flashcards and professor ratings.

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I am quite interesting in this topic hope you will elaborate more on it in future posts.

I am quite interesting in this topic hope you will elaborate more on it in future posts.

What do you think about educational tools such as Koofers.com ?

Koofers.com has professor rankings, past exams and study guides for free.

Students can even make interactive flash cards, plan their schedules and read what students have to say about specific classes.

This is great information – its encouraging to see online education is becoming
more widely accepted and the benefits are backed up by a range of studies.

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