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Much has changed in the last month because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. And now, with the extreme social distancing measures—with no definite end—we're forced to take online classes exclusively. Make this transition easier and read our latest blog packed with SFH tips
If you're reading this, it's not too late. You haven’t declared your major yet but it’s okay! If anything, it’s a good sign that you’re careful and don’t rush into things. [...]
Some used textbooks will have taped-over ISBNs (or sticker ISBN) which are a good sign the book is not the regular student edition (see below). Since Bookbyte only purchases student edition and international edition textbooks, any instructor’s edition or complimentary copy textbooks will be rejected and recycled if sent to Bookbyte.
You may be thinking, how hard can it really be to put a textbook in a box, stick a label on it, and throw it in the mail? Unfortunately, there’s a little more to it if you want to ensure your book(s) are accepted when Bookbyte receives them. Many improperly packed textbooks become damaged during transit and this can be avoided by following our tips.
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday we all love to celebrate—even though most of us don’t know much about the real Saint Patrick and why America has recognized it as a national holiday. Either way, it’s a fun day that can often lead to poor life choices if alcohol is ...
You may feel like you’ve been burned in the past by an online textbook reseller company possibly rejecting your book(s) or significantly reducing a buyback price quote. And most likely, you feel this had to be the company’s wrongdoing. In truth, 90% of the time it has to do with ...
There's very little worse than a terrible roommate. Here's how to trick them into being great (without them even noticing)