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I am looking for a decent bag that will fit all of my stuff for college... is this one okay? Thoughts!!

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/steve-ma...rigin=category
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Looks good to me
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Nice bag, depends how many folders/books you will need to bring in daily really
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Nice bag, depends how many folders/books you will need to bring in daily really
I'm doing Maths, Chemistry, English literature and Philosophy. Any idea how many books will need to be carried each day?
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(Original post by peacefully_)
I am looking for a decent bag that will fit all of my stuff for college... is this one okay? Thoughts!!

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/steve-ma...rigin=category
It looks really nice, but I'm wondering if you might need a bigger one?
Maybe a large tote?
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Ooo that's such a nice bag - might get that for myself! I guess it just depends on you personally tbh, certain schools may require you to bring folders and textbooks whereas other schools may only require exercise books. Also, it depends on the way you best revise/what you reckon you'll want to take to school. For instance, I like having extra folders and a bunch of notebooks/flash cards and a ton of pens As Huda_medo said, totes are really good bags too Hope this has helped (I'm in the same position as you right now :P )
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Its nice, looks like it might be a bit on the small side though.

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I took chem, lit and maths (briefly) too! Get a bag that is big enough to fit a folder inside (you will definitely need one to put your notes in) but will still have room for a few lit books and of course your other necessities..I recommend checking bags out in person
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(Original post by orangee123)
Ooo that's such a nice bag - might get that for myself! I guess it just depends on you personally tbh, certain schools may require you to bring folders and textbooks whereas other schools may only require exercise books. Also, it depends on the way you best revise/what you reckon you'll want to take to school. For instance, I like having extra folders and a bunch of notebooks/flash cards and a ton of pens As Huda_medo said, totes are really good bags too Hope this has helped (I'm in the same position as you right now :P )
Thank you! I'll check out totes but I really like this bag.
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I'm doing Maths, Chemistry, English literature and Philosophy. Any idea how many books will need to be carried each day?
I did maths at AS and needed to bring in the large text book and a large folder for every lesson which were both fairly heavy. I didn't do any of the other three but I've heard they require large folders too.

Depends on the college and teachers really though
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