When I was in college, I had to spend hundreds of dollars on textbooks at the beginning of each term. At the end of each term, I’d take my books back to the bookstore, only to find that half of them were obsolete and the other half were now valued at a small fraction of the cost. By the end of the term I was so broke I was happy to get whatever money I could, but that’s another story!
MatchBooks is a different concept in helping out college students: It takes high-quality textbooks for “intro” classes and matches them to your book by arranging the same topics and subjects you’ll be covering in class into the same order as your required intro textbook.
For example, say you’re taking Intro to Psychology this semester and your required text is “Psychology: Myers 9th Edition.” Matchbooks has already taken another quality book, Introduction to Psychology by Charles Stangor, and rearranged the content in the same order as the Myers book. You can read the matched book online for free and with no expiration date.
The books on Matchbooks are go through a rigorous editing process to arrange these books in every way from the Table of Contents to the topics and key terms that are covered by the assigned text.
This service has already received rave reviews by students and professors, and is a completely FREE option, so there is absolutely no risk in taking a look at what they have to offer.
Matchbook comes from Flat World Knowledge, the world’s largest provider of free college textbooks. I urge you to visit MatchBooks , enter your textbook information for the upcoming semester, and see what they have to offer. There is no risk to this, it’s completely free, so why not check it out?
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I’d love to read what you have to say about it. Why would you use Matchbooks? Why would you recommend it to a friend?