How to get rid of my PrepTests?

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How to get rid of my PrepTests?

Postby a male human » Sat May 01, 2010 5:24 pm

I was cleaning out my books today and found some old PrepTests that I didn't even write in. Looking at Amazon or Half, I found that these books go for a lot under the $8 I paid for. I think I've seen people buy off each other via PMs here. Any other way to get a fair amount back? I have 52-55 if anyone's interested.


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Re: How to get rid of my PrepTests?

Postby Lawyerwannabe18 » Sat May 01, 2010 5:32 pm

I dont think anyone will be willing to pay a premium for them. Why would they?

You can buy the preptests for about $3 bucks a piece.

Maybe you'll get lucky and find someone locally that needs them asap.

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Re: How to get rid of my PrepTests?

Postby eupelia » Sun May 02, 2010 12:37 am

Your best bet is to give them away for free out of the kindness of your heart or as a way to honor something or someone. offer it to someone who has financial need. I gave away tons of prep stuff as my way to say thank you to the universe for the fact that I'm in a time and place where a woman can become a lawyer. A few centuries off and my reality would be so different!

The $12 you will probably get for them is a small price to pay to do some good in the world!! You will feel wonderful.

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Re: How to get rid of my PrepTests?

Postby You Gotta Have Faith » Sun May 02, 2010 12:43 am

You can sell them for a small bit somewhere, or give them away like eupelia said.

The problem with selling a small number of them on here is that you oftentimes pay shipping which just isn't worth it unless you're sending a lot of books/tests, etc. But who knows? Maybe you'll have luck with it.

A good place to put up a single flyer would be in an undergrad near the History/English/PoliSci/Pre-Law department (pick any of them really) with your email and what you are selling and how much you want for it. In short, go to the people who would want to buy that stuff. Most of them are in undergrad atm. That's your best market.


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