I’ve come across Chegg’s new study help website, called (go figure) Chegg Study.
What is Chegg Study?
Chegg Study gives you step by step instructions and assistance for over 9000 textbooks. Type in your question to receive an immediate answer via the Chegg Study archive or submit your questions for a quick turnaround in response. Perfect for when you need answers right away and have a tight budget.
When signing up for Chegg Study, you get a free trial for a week to see whether or not you like their services. Even though you have to put a credit/debit card on file, they won’t charge you until the week has come to an end. After that the subscription is only $14.99/month or $99/year. If you like it, wonderful. If not, just unsubscribe and it won’t be a big deal.
Temporary discount: Use the code CSAF33OFF15 to get a $5 off coupon, so be sure to copy and paste it at checkout to get your first month for only 10 bucks. That’s like less than a box of doughnuts..
Additionally, you can rent textbooks from Chegg – something I’ve been doing since freshman year in college. Their prices are much lower than the ones offered to me by my school, and their delivery is fast and free. They ship your order in a Chegg box, so after the semester is over you just put your books back in the box, print out a pre-paid shipping slip and use the same box to mail your stuff back. It was much easier than I thought it would be, really.
If you’ve purchased your textbook for the semester (from Chegg or some other place, it doesn’t matter), Chegg will buy them back from you! So not only will you get your money back, but also get that “what do I do with my 800-page textbooks??” question out of the way. I have also sent them my books back and got enough money returned that I could rent something in the next semester. It’s like recycling, haha!
*These are affiliate links, which means that with every signup I get a couple of cents. But the opinions and reviews are my own. I’m a student too and wouldn’t recommend anything that I don’t like myself :)