Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) April 12, 2009
http://www.YungJunk.com, the number one textbook rental company launches their latest bang, allowing students to sell their class notes, course materials, and the ability to grade their professors.
Students can now sell their notes, essays, outlines, and other materials composed by them in class. "We will not only save students money, but we will empower, enable, and provide the necessary tools that allow them to make money while in school", says Garland Shields, founder and CEO of YungJunk.com.
Along with the release of its notes section, they have also released a "Grade Yo Professa®" system. Now, students too, can give a grade of; A, B, C, D, or an F to any of their current or past professors. "I think it's a fantastic idea that a student can grade their professors. They are paying to take that class. We believe they should have the opportunity to exert their honest opinions about their leader, just as we do with our president, and any of our leaders", states Shields.
YungJunk actively monitors their users, and have implemented very strict rules that warn against plagiarism. Students are allowed to sell materials they themselves have composed. YungJunk strictly prohibits the sale of work copied from other individuals.
The goal of the YungJunk "notes" system is to not only empower students to make money, but to also help those in need of research. Anyone can purchase a note, or any other material, for a small amount of money. A recent survey has shown 9 out of 10 students said they fully embrace this idea, and as one student puts it, "we're in a recession, and it's my notes, why not?"
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Hazel Williams or visit http://www.yungjunk.com.
YungJunk.com is a subsidiary of Shields and Shields, Inc., and is a leading provider of textbook rentals in the United States, and the leading provider in the U.K. and Canada. The website serves students from every college and university in all three countries and has over 4 Million book titles available.
Hazel Williams, Director of Public Relations
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