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How to Dry Wet Textbooks
by Chris Woods in Arts & Entertainment
Textbooks, as any college student knows, cost an arm and a leg -- or a whole lot of student loan money. So when your roommate spills a non-alcoholic beverage on your organic chemistry book, it's best to try and fix the problem at home. There are a few ways to dry books, depending on how wet the textbook is, but if it is beyond the point of air drying, you should follow these steps.Difficulty:Mod
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How to Buy Used Textbooks
by krs in Arts & Entertainment
Buying used textbooks is a great way to save money. There are many resources available for buying used textbooks, and also selling the books you no longer need. Additionally, you can swap used textbooks.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Find the International Standard Book Number or ISBN for the textbooks you need. Sometimes, the ISBN is included on the syllabus or book list. If not, d
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About Used Textbooks
by codelurker in Education
Used textbooks provide students a cost-effective means of meeting the requirements of their courses. In addition to increasing the stock of required textbooks, used textbooks significantly reduce the expenses associated with attending college. Increasing numbers of used textbooks are now available, both online and in campus bookstores, and students may also find and purchase these books by browsin

Where Can I Buy Used Textbooks?
by Minh Nguyen in Education
Textbooks can cause significant expense for college students. With the high cost of tuition and ancillary fees, the extra dollars for a long list of textbooks can bust the bank account. To curb this cost, more students are turning to used textbooks. While this is a sensible solution, students must keep in mind that textbooks often come in several editions. It is important to make sure you are gett

How to Get Rid of Your Old Textbooks
by YooperDave in Education
The cost of education is skyrocketing, and textbooks are one expense that just can't be ignored, since you've got to have them. One way to make a return on your education is to sell your old textbooks. It sounds easy enough, but if you are not sure how to go about doing this, take a look at some of the tips provided here.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Check with the bookstore on your co
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How to Buy Textbooks
by Nothingness in Education
The cost of a college education is skyrocketing and so is the price of textbooks. There are ways to buy textbooks much more cheaply than the cover price. It takes some work, but it is worth the effort and can result in a lot of cash saved. You get extra credit when you find the best textbook at the lowest price. Here's how to find the best deals.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things Yo
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How to Donate Used Textbooks
by Matthiasa in Education
Although they may have been expensive and important in college, textbooks definitely loose their value as the years wear on. And if you have an old edition, you may not be able to sell it back to your bookstore. But don't worry, you don't have to throw it away! Your old textbook can be put to good use by donating it to help those less fortunate.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Find somewh

How to Pay for College Textbooks
by rbonestell in Education
College textbooks are often expensive, placing an extra burden on college students who may already be struggling financially to pay their tuition, housing expenses and other bills. Despite their high price, college textbooks are usually a requirement of college courses, leaving students with no choice but to find a way to pay for the books. There are several strategies that students can use when t

How to Sell Your Used Textbooks
by Phil Austin in Education
Do you want to sell your old, used textbooks? This list will help you choose the best place to sell your textbooks.Difficulty:EasyInstructions If your school has a bookstore, you can usually sell your books back there. You may not get the best price for your books, but this is a quick and easy method to trade your textbooks for cash.
Go to Textbooksnow.com. On this site, you can search for y

Are Textbooks Deductible?
by Mihai Mocanu in Personal Finance
When your child is in college, vocational school or any other eligible postsecondary educational institute, there are several ways you can deduct some of the costs on your federal income tax return. Some college deductions come in the form of credits while others come as deductions, and all generally allow the cost of textbooks to be included as part of your college expense deductions. Higher E

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