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An enterprising graduate of Kent State University has created a web site where college students from various campuses can sell and buy their class notes.

A diligent note-taker can earn hundreds of dollars through FlashNotes.com. The new site markets class-specific notes and study guides, enabling a student who misses -- for example -- Dr. Smith's Wednesday anthropology class to buy those notes from a classmate.
The average price is nearly $6.
Caleb Dumot, a senior finance major at KSU, recently sold 12 of his comprehensive study guides for a finance midterm at $10 each.
"It's a good way to make money," said Dumot, 22, of Brecksville. "I'm a pretty good student and would be taking notes anyway."
The creator of FlashNotes is Michael Matousek, 22, of Brecksville. His idea was born last year in a KSU entrepreneurship class and has won support from the Youngstown Business Incubator.An enterprising graduate of Kent State University has created a web site where college students from various campuses can sell and buy their class notes.

A diligent note-taker can earn hundreds of dollars through FlashNotes.com. The new site markets class-specific notes and study guides, enabling a student who misses -- for example -- Dr. Smith's Wednesday anthropology class to buy those notes from a classmate.
The average price is nearly $6.
Caleb Dumot, a senior finance major at KSU, recently sold 12 of his comprehensive study guides for a finance midterm at $10 each.
"It's a good way to make money," said Dumot, 22, of Brecksville. "I'm a pretty good student and would be taking notes anyway."
The creator of FlashNotes is Michael Matousek, 22, of Brecksville. His idea was born last year in a KSU entrepreneurship class and has won support from the Youngstown Business Incubator.An enterprising graduate of Kent State University has created a web site where college students from various campuses can sell and buy their class notes.

A diligent note-taker can earn hundreds of

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