Download Free Kaplan Educational Textbooks for eReaders

Download Free Kaplan Educational Textbooks for eReaders

Laura E. Hall
Jan 12, 2011

Trying to get into college, grad school or law school? Prepping for the SAT, GRE, GMAT, ACT or MCAT? Education company Kaplan, Inc., makers of textbooks, training courses and test prep guides, are offering over 130 titles for to download for free to your Nook, Kindle, iPad, iPhone or Sony eReader, and they have extended their offer through January 17, 2011.

Kaplan ran a similar free ebook promotion in August, and saw over 500,000 downloads.

According to their press release: "Helping students of all ages reach their education goals is always our top priority and as they utilize new technology, Kaplan will be there with the best tools and content in both print and digital formats," said Maureen McMahon, President and Publisher of Kaplan Publishing.

Categories include College, Education, Graduate, Legal, Medicine and Nursing.

The press release for the event names The Cleveland Clinic consumer health guides, First Year Nurse, Getting Into Graduate School, Reaching the Bar, The Pressures of Teaching, Sharp Grammar and the MBA Fundamentals series as popular titles.

Some additional titles:

  • Kaplan AP Statistics
  • Art of Client Service, Revised and Updated Edition
  • Get the Interview Every Time
  • Get Your M.B.A. Part-Time
  • Memorable Thoughts of Socrates
  • Path of the Law and The Common Law
  • Cleveland Clinic Guide to Sleep Disorders
  • Kaplan MCAT Biology Review
  • Change Your Career: Nursing as Your New Profession
  • How to Survive Clinical

These books are usually quite expensive, especially if you're buying many at once, so this is a fantastic deal for students and curious readers alike.

There's only five days remaining as of today, so click here for the full list of titles, and select your device here to get your downloads started.

Let us know in the comments which ones you grab!

(Books image: Flickr member R.B. licensed for use under Creative Commons. iPad image: Flickr member samwebster licensed for use under Creative Commons)

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