Comments:ALTERNATE EDITION: INSTRUCTOR'S REVIEW COPY. New pristine 2012 3rd 3e (USA) edition softcover by Britt Andreatta. Says Instructor's Edition along top edge, but it matches the regular student edition content-wise, & contains all pages. NO CDs nor access codes. Sent w/ tracking same-day or next business day via USPS Priority to arrive in 2-5 days. instructor isbn is 9781111341251. student isbn is 9780495913788 (same content)59
Comments: Good condition with normal wear. Supplemental materials such as CDs or access codes may NOT be included regardless of title. May have bookstore stickers on cover. Expedited shipping available (2-4 day delivery)! Contact us with any questions!
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Publication Date: 2011
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Andreatta, Britt is the author of 'Navigating the Research University: A Guide for First-Year Students', published 2011 under ISBN 9780495913788 and ISBN 0495913782.
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