To throw or keep?

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To throw or keep?

Postby kuzco » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:16 pm

Just went through DS Sec 1 textbooks and notes for his various subjects, etc etc. Should I keep them for future reference or can I throw them? :? I'm trying to make space for his Sec 2 books.

Would these come in useful when preparing for 'O' levels? Don't want to make the same mistake when I discarded his P3 and P4 science textbooks, only to find out when he was in P5, that these books were required in the preparation for his PSLE. :shock:

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Postby janet88 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:23 pm

No harm keeping the textbooks/notes for another year. Much as I want to make space for son's new P5 books, I better keep his P4 textbooks and notes for future reference for younger child.

I've discarded son's Shaping Maths textbooks since daughter's school not using this publisher.

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Postby Jinlol » Mon Dec 13, 2010 8:07 pm

Don't really need any of the lower secondary books in upper secondary. I think only E-Math includes lower secondary stuff. But yea, no harm keeping them ^^

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Postby kuzco » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:57 am

Thanks, janet_lee88 and Jinlol for your replies. :D

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Postby janet88 » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:58 am

kuzco wrote:Thanks, janet_lee88 and Jinlol for your replies. :D


No prob...enjoy your holiday. :celebrate:

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