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Looking to give away my boxful of GMAT materials near NoVa

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New post 15 Jan 2020, 07:34
hey all,

I've a bunch of material that I want to give away.

- Sackmann's Quant materials -31 sets
- 2019 GMAC Books
- Manhattan Prep books for Sentence Correction and Reading Comp.
- Powerscore's books for CR and RC.
- A laminated sheet JUST like in the actual GMAT with pens so your practice test rough work can be EXACTLY like the real test.
- a LOT of prep material for quant and verbal.

This is a LOT and I hope it finds a good home.
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New post 15 Jan 2020, 07:44
That is kind of you, kaluchuck. Were is NoVa, exactly? Northern Virginia? Nova Scotia? I ask because it sounds as though you want to physically hand these materials over to someone, and it may be difficult to know whether a meeting would be possible for a potential reader/GMAT™ prepper.

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You're such a great man. Appreciate your help to the gmat taker'.

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New post 15 Jan 2020, 08:08
(Hoping it's true lol)

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Please tell where is NoVa exactly (as asked by Andrew).

I am not interested in all but few things.
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I’m in Northern Virginia - I’d like to hand it over because it’ll be expensive to ship - it’s 30-40 pound box full of materials.
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kaluchuck wrote:
I’m in Northern Virginia - I’d like to hand it over because it’ll be expensive to ship - it’s 30-40 pound box full of materials.

Yes, it would be expensive to ship, not to mention a bit of a pain to get to the post office and so on. (I used to ship my racing bicycle back and forth across the country.) If there are no takers, you could also consider piecing out the collection. List exactly what the box contains, titles, editions, condition, everything, and then offer to send whichever items will fit in a flat-rate box to somewhere in the U.S., since international shipping presents its own hassles. You could then ask for shipping compensation from your takers.

Of course, you could also just put the pieces up on eBay or somewhere, but that goes against your original intention. Finally, I am sure many public institutions would appreciate a donation if your back is against the wall.

Good luck.

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