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Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone used the website, Stuvia. I have a lot of old notes graded 9 and didnt want them to go to waste. If anyone can give me good advice regarding this website, I'd appreciate it
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Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone used the website, Stuvia. I have a lot of old notes graded 9 and didnt want them to go to waste. If anyone can give me good advice regarding this website, I'd appreciate it
Hi, I have never personally used it but I did have a friend who tried to sell some of her GCSE notes. What she found is that there isn't really a market out there for people buying GCSE notes as there is loads of free ones to access (e.g get revising and physics+maths tutor), most websites like Stuvia are used by alevel and uni students. You can try posting them if you want but I don't know how much money you will make (I am not sure how much money you get from each sale on stuvia)
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hey i wanna sell my notes too as i dont want them to go to waste. have you found any other sites?
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hey i wanna sell my notes too as i dont want them to go to waste. have you found any other sites?
I'm afraid I haven't found any. What notes you looking to sell
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I'm afraid I haven't found any. What notes you looking to sell
oh and i just wanna sell all my old gcse stuff. I'm gonna see if the site TES is any good
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oh and i just wanna sell all my old gcse stuff. I'm gonna see if the site TES is any good
Let me know if it works
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Let me know if it works
i typed up my notes and went to publish them but they have some copyright rules and i knew some of my info was from textbooks. idk if you can get sued or what they do of you get copyrighted so i just left it would rather not risk it
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No i dont think you can get sued, only if it is litteral copied textbooks!
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Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone used the website, Stuvia. I have a lot of old notes graded 9 and didnt want them to go to waste. If anyone can give me good advice regarding this website, I'd appreciate it
Hi, don't know if you are still interested in selling your notes but I've used StuDocu and they pay you a one-time fee for you notes. I made about £80 for my alevel stuff. They only accept typed notes, which I didn't have many of.
Make sure you check their rules and stuff before uploading though.
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