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6 Foolproof Ways to Make Extra Money in College

October 14, 2015

Make Extra Money in College

Is your wallet feeling extra light? Are you rationing your meal plan points? Even if you’re successfully balancing a budget, it sounds like you could use some extra cash. Being a student is expensive; textbooks, school supplies, housing, and food add up quick. Take a look at these 6 foolproof ways to make extra money in college, and make life a little easier. Continue reading

8 Study Tips to Ace That Test

September 23, 2015

8 Study Tips To Ace That Test

College is a busy time. Now that you know how to make the most out of your college experience, it’s time to focus on studying and school work.

Our list of study tips explores ways to use the entire semester to prepare for finals, rather than one major cram session. It offers advice on time management and how reviewing material frequently will save you time in the long run. Continue reading

Best Selling Textbooks of June: The Good, the Bad and the Unread

July 1, 2015

Best Selling Books of June

Here at Cash4Books, we buy back tons of textbooks every month. Seriously, it’s what we love to do. Besides, wouldn’t you rather have cash instead of a used Algebra book gathering dust on the bookshelf? Use that cash to do the things you love – with a little help from the team at Cash4Books. Continue reading

7 Tips To Win Graduate School Scholarships

August 18, 2014

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Excuse me but I’m going to state obvious:

Graduate school is expensive.

Once you’ve added together the cost of tuition, textbooks, school supplies, and living expenses, the total cost is enough to induce a panic attack. After you’ve caught your breath and realized stressing won’t make that total go down, it’s time to refocus that anxious energy. There is a practical way to lower grad school cost: winning a sweet graduate school scholarship.

Here’s seven tips to leave people barefoot (because you knocked their socks off) and get that scholarship. Continue reading