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What if I want to order more then 9 of a particular study guide?
Currently our website prevents you from ordering more then 9 of a particular study guide. Why? We offer special rates to SAACS groups in good standing or book stores looking to buy in bulk. If you are interested in ordering more then 9 study guides, call us at 800-854-1672.
How often are the study guides updated?
At this point, once a study guide is published, the only updates are corrections of errors. We do not have a second edition for any study guide.
What chapters should I study for my exam?
This can depend on which specific exam you are taking. We have several different types of General Chemistry exams which are released in different years. There will be slight differences in what content is covered in the different exams, so we recommend talking with your professor about this question. Both the General Chemistry and the Organic Chemistry are designed for the full-year course.
Do you have study guides for inorganic, biochemistry or analytical chemical?
Not at this time. We have an interest in producing a study guide for biochemistry, inorganic and analytical chemistry, but these products are not yet developed. We do, however, have an online practice exam for analytical chemistry that can be purchased on this site.
(a) Can I download the study guide? (b) Where else can I purchase the study guides?
We have not equipped the study guide to be downloadable. Technology to allow this is always improving, so perhaps someday this will be an option. Many college bookstores purchase study guides in bulk, so you can always check with bookstores in your area. We are not in a position to know stock inventory at locations around the country, so if you call our office to ask if a bookstore in your area has the study guide you want, we probably are not going to be able to help you.
Do you take returns or buy back any study guides?
No. Because our study guides are paperback, they are often not in good enough shape to be sold to another customer by the time they make two trips though the shipping via UPS.
Do I have to pay shipping charges for each book I order?
No. Shipping costs are fairly high for the first book, essentially to put a package in the system. The weight of adding a second book changes our cost relatively little, so we do not charge additional shipping until a 3rd book (or more) is ordered. At that point, each book adds $0.50 for ground and 2nd day shipping and $0.75 for overnight shipping. This policy is always subject to review. For example, if fuel prices rise again, shipping costs will go up and the specific charges may change. It is not likely, however, that it will ever cost twice as much to ship two books as one book.
Do I need to make a customer account to check out of the website?No. Currently the website is configured to allow a user to create an account if they want, but it is not mandatory.