Where can you buy TAS books?

18 November 2020

In our previous blog for parents of high school learners we covered who
The Answer Series, also known as TAS, is
as well as a bit of the history of our company.

If you have missed the who, what, why & how of TAS, read all about it here: https://www.theanswer.co.za/who-is-tas/


The next question you are most likely to ask, especially after having read the above link, is:

Where can I buy TAS study guides?!

You will be happy to hear that it is very easy to find a bookstore that sells TAS study guides.

This is how you go about it:

Step 1:

Go to the website: www.theanswer.co.za

Step 2:

On the black bar at the very top of the page, click on ‘Find a Bookstore’. This will take you to the following page: https://www.theanswer.co.za/find-a-bookstore/

Step 3:

Below the heading ‘Find a Bookstore’ you will see the following instruction:

Enter your location to find your nearest book store with high school study guides by The Answer Series.

Underneath Enter Location it will tell you that you can enter one of the following:

  • Your city
  • Your suburb
  • Your postal code

Step 4:

Once you have entered your city/suburb/postal code click Let’s Go on the right hand side of the page.

Step 5:

Within seconds the following will automatically pop up:

  • The name of a bookshop within a maximum of 30 km from your suburb/city
  • The address of the bookshop
  • The phone number of the bookshop
  • The email address of the bookshop
  • How many kilometres the bookshop is located from your suburb/city

Step 6:

If you do not know yourself where the (address of the) bookshop is located click on Directions at the bottom of the information box with the details of the bookshop. This will take you to step-by-step directions of how to get there.


Alternatively you can view and buy TAS study guides by ordering online from www.theanswer.co.za


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