CFA Institute Making You Purchase an Ebook

Hey guys, I haven’t tested since '13, so I’m not sure how it was last year, but I am pretty disappointed with the CFA Institute making you buy an e-book for $150, and not mentioning hard copies would be $150 extra. Normally this wouldn’t bother me, but coming from an organization who values ethics so much, I’m kind of shocked. Anybody else feel this way?

Can we charge clients a mandatory online statement fee of $150? Then tell them sending them through mail will be an extra $150, but they still have to pay for the online access, regardless of if they will use it?

Anyway, Hi! My name is Alex, and I’m about to quit ranting and start cramming.

And, on a side note, If anyone knows of any coupon codes for Elan or Kaplan, please let me know.

P.S. The last sentence is 51% serious, and 49% my sarcastic humor.