This is a tough time to be going to college. Due to economic conditions and uncertainty, many students have no idea if they’ll actually be able to find a job doing what they’ve studied for. Concerns about entering the job market after leaving college are tough enough, but you can’t forget about the challenges that students face during college, too. It may seem like a small thing, but simply getting textbooks can be challenging because of the high costs that are involved. The normal process for a lot of students is to just buy the textbooks brand new no matter what they cost and deal with it, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Chegg makes renting textbooks a real possibility.

Students are only going to need most of the textbooks for a certain period of time anyway, so renting makes a lot of sense and saves tons of money. Rented textbooks are shipped quickly and in good condition and can be returned for free when the students are done with them. Textbooks that are owned can even be sold to Chegg for cash. There’s a great selection of textbooks on the site, and whenever one is rented, sold, or purchased, they plant a tree. They plant more than fifty acres of trees each week, which is very impressive and makes using the site that much more satisfying.

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  • Rob

    How is “renting” a textbook any different from buying a textbook and selling it off at the end of the semester? In both case you use it for a limited amount of time and have less money in your pocket than you started with. I guess in the former case your money isn’t tied up in the form of a book, although I am curious what kind of penalties they impose if you forget to return the book in the end?

  • kelseyo

    have you ever tried out for buying, renting, and selling books? I tried chegg and was having problems so I thought I would try something else out. a friend told me about them and I loved it! the prices are already cheaper and plus she gave me her code EE15007 and it saved me 5% on top of that. you should try it out!!

  • New songs

    Fantastic instruction dude! How nice all of the topics in this content. Really interesting readings!

  • Archaeme

    In my definition, I think Macs are PCs and well PDAs, Smartphones, and tablets too.

  • Jason Gwin

    For once, I agree with Mr. Gates. Any computing device you use, even a calculator, is a PC. I don’t care what OS is uses, it’s still a PC. All I ever differentiate is, is it a Windows, Mac, Linux etc.

  • Harry Monmouth

    When I have to explain the capabilities or flaws with my phone to people who are using old style dumb phones it makes it a lot easier if I tell them that the device is essentially a computer that can be fitted into a pocket.

  • Daniel Curtin

    Yes definitely. Since I bought my Ipad and later the Ipad 2, I barely use my PCs any more. I definitely think it is as replacement functionally for a PC.