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Natalie Meyers is a freelance writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience. As an English major and a psychology graduate, she worked as a teacher and a counselor. As a writer, she's covered a diverse range of topics from technology to publishing. She is an avid reader who believes that books help us become more authentic versions of ourselves. At BookScouter, she's a smart writer and an expert in all things books.

5 Tips on How to Find the Right Roommate for College

Study tips By September 8, 2022 Last Updated on September 12, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

Starting college is hard work. Handling everything, from planning your schedule to settling in a dorm room, is a real challenge. However, one more thing to worry about: finding the right roommate can be a pretty hard task. Let’s be honest; we all have heard stories about bad roomies, uncomfortable communication, and how hard it is to find a perfect match. In this article, we’ll give you a few tips on how to find a roommate for college.

How to Cite a Textbook: A Comprehensive Guide

All about textbooks By August 26, 2022 Last Updated on August 31, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: No Comments

Textbook citations are a relevant topic for all college and grad students and everyone in the academic world. There are many citation styles, but in this guide, we’ll cover the most commonly used ones—MLA, APA, and Chicago. Before handing in your research paper or article, make sure you learn what style is used and expected in your institution.

Top 14 Q&As about Acceptance Rates

Study tips By August 10, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , No Comments

Acceptance rates are something college applicants are always concerned about. Yet, what are they, and are they so important in the application process? How should you evaluate university acceptance rates when you choose colleges for your list? What are the current acceptance rates for the top universities, and why do some colleges have low acceptance rates and others have high acceptance rates?

In this article, we’ll cover all these questions and hope to help you make a more informed decision about where to apply to increase your chances of being accepted.

When Amazon Trade-In Is No Longer an Option, What Is?

All about textbooks, Book arbitrage By August 5, 2022 Last Updated on October 11, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

The Amazon textbook buyback program was first launched in 2011, and for nine years, it was a huge success. Millions of books and textbooks were traded in, so many students benefited from it. Thanks to the program, Amazon accumulated an impressive inventory that it can now offer for rent. 

Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, and so did the Amazon Trade-In program, which was closed in 2020. However, this doesn’t mean there is no way to sell textbooks online—textbook buyback hasn’t ended with the end of Amazon’s textbook buyback program. In this article, we’ll tell you about the best online platforms where you can sell your books now.

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