Medical students have to read tons of professional literature over the long course of their studies. Most of the time it is inseparably linked with anatomy, organic chemistry and other subjects which formulate the core knowledge of all the doctors. Here we decided to select the books for medical students which are not assigned to the syllabus but at the same which will make you contemplate about important and interesting issues that doctors have to confront in their professional world. We are sure that reading a surgeon’s memoir of his own death or a Pulitzer-winning history of cancer will encourage you to question certain traditional beliefs in the medical industry. Below is our non-syllabus list of must-read books for medical students.
Once the semester is over, students start to look forward to relaxing days at home without ever-lasting classes and heavy home assignments to complete for credits. However, those sunny days may be aggravated only by a glimpse of heavy loads of textbooks that need sorting out before going on deserved holidays. The resolution may well be quite simple and, what is more important, quite useful: no need in books any more – cash them simply out! Why not combine pleasant things with rational ones!? For that reason, let’s have a brief look at top 9 textbooks for buyback in our chart that may bring not tons of money, of course, but at least may make your wallet or purse be stuffed with green banknotes!
9th Place: THEY SAY / I SAY”: THE MOVES THAT MATTER IN ACADEMIC WRITING (THIRD EDITION)
Sell ISBN-13: 9780393935844
Author: Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein
The students’ feedback upon that book is so positive that it sells like hot pies either. The item definitely will find its future buyer after selling back as this book demystifies rhetorical moves, tricks of the trade that many students may be unaware of as one user said. That is why it is so popular. Continue reading “No need in books – cash them out: Top 9 Textbooks for Buyback in July”