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MyMathLab: Student Access Kit 4th Edition

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ISBN-10: 032119991X
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What are instructors are saying about MyMathLab?     


"We use the MyMathLab software and are extremely pleased with the content and the technical support.  We could not use this approach without it! Eighty-two percent of the students in the pilot actually admitted that it helped them learn the mathematics." from Phoebe Rouse, LSU               


"The increase in student success is 27%. Students that would have been lost with a nontransferable 'D' or an 'F' are now passing the course." from a Community College in the Chicago area           


"My exam averages and course pass rates our up. Students are actively engaged in practicing math, ask more and better questions, and enjoy the learning process. They appreciate the instant feedback and aren’t satisfied until they get 100 percent on the homework assignments. When it comes time to register for the next class, most students who have done both lecture-based and MyMathLab hybrid classes, seek out the MyMathLab sections. They feel a real sense of accomplishment because they recognize and can take credit for the role they’ve played in their success.”  from   Jill Shirley, Cal Poly Pomona     


"After teaching with MML I wouldn't want to go back to the traditional way of teaching Math.  MML stimulates better student/teacher interaction in a lab setting.  It tracks and grades homework for you.  And it's a great tutorial for students when they get stuck." from Sheila Pisa, Riverside Community College (CA)     


“MML is one of the most reliable of all online Math programs.” from Sheila Pisa, Riverside Community College (CA)      


 “I absolutely love MML.  I believe whole-heartedly that it has made a definite improvement in my students' grades and understanding level.  I have fewer students dropping out of the courses I am teaching using this method than in the past - before MML.  I recommend it to everybody I know!!”  from Susan Hutchinson, Florence Darlington Technical College


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Product Details

  • Printed Access Code
  • Publisher: Pearson; 4 edition (July 18, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 032119991X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0321199911
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.2 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,260 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,107 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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410 of 437 people found the following review helpful By James Gerhart on January 24, 2010
Format: Printed Access Code
Lets face it, the only reason you'll buy this is because you're being bent over the barrel by your college's math department. The publisher of this product knows this full well and their tech support department takes it into account when dealing with you.

When my copy of this product arrived I tried to use the code to register in my course, but MyMathLab said the code was "not found." I double checked everything and finally called tech support, who made up about 6 different excuses to simply get me off the line. Next, they said to contact Amazon because the kit was from a third party and that instead I should purchase a key from them - for $77. I refused and told them this product was clearly from their company and should give me access to MyMathLab as it was advertised, but failing that they should tell me exactly what the key was for.

The customer service agent finally said they would send the key to "tier two support" who would help me "soon." Two days later they hadn't contacted me through email, as was promised, so I called the customer support line again. The representative only said that tier two would be in contact with me "soon" and that they had no specific time, but again offered to sell me a key over the phone.

It has now been two weeks without hearing from "tier two support" and I had to buy an access code directly from the publisher, which is exactly what the company wanted. Thankfully Amazon was great about accepting the return.

This issue reflects very poorly on Addison-Wesley and Pearson Education, but frankly, they have no reason to be helpful. If you've purchased this product it's because you're forced to and if the code doesn't work, your only other courses of action involve either dropping or failing the course. Good luck with that.
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294 of 331 people found the following review helpful By Maureen E. Schwartz on September 1, 2009
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I purchased this book/online program for my sophomore college student daughter. The book came on time, but the access code to the online program was already used and this was not disclosed to me when I purchased it. Why would I purchase a computer program if it is invalid and we can't get on line? The professor uses this program in his class because going on line for assignments is a REQUIREMENT of the class.
Buyers beware! I have requested help with the refund policy and I'm awaiting a response.
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on March 17, 2013
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I have returned to college to take a few classes only to discover a new textbook policy that is not only fundamentally unfair (no more reselling your books unless you want to buy a separate math lab that costs MORE than a used book), but entirely technologically flawed.

Honestly, if you're going to REQUIRE that students pay hundreds more simply to access their homework online (because I'm told that most departments now REQUIRE students use these online materials), Pearson should AT LEAST put some effort into ensuring that they have first streamlined their materials.

Example 1: I am signed up for an Algebra class, yet Pearson is still offering the PREVIOUS EDITION of the eBook online...and the new eBook has been out since 2012. This is a Fortune 500 company and they can do better than this. If you expect adequate, competent performance out of your students, you should DEMAND the same out of your textbook companies.

Example 2: The printed MyMathLab instructions for my math class are simply clunky. The first page says "Changing Temporary Access to Full Access Instructions". WHAT!? I'm fairly certain Pearson can write this clearly if I'm paying them $150 for the privilege to use a book that ISN'T EVEN BOUND! How about "Signing up for full access to MyMathLab"? I have never had 'temporary access', and I don't think most people who open the packet up on the first day have either. Is an educational publishing company REALLY THAT DENSE!?

And it gets even better on the next page, the FIRST INSTRUCTION to sign up says "Return to [link removed] or [link removed]". I spent 5 minutes pondering the FIRST TIME I'd been there...oh wait, I've NEVER BEEN THERE! Did Pearson fire all their copywriters and outsource this stuff to a remedial English class!?
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122 of 139 people found the following review helpful By M. Loghry on December 30, 2013
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I am a college professor who uses My Math Lab. I also love amazon and their customer service. For a few semesters, mainly 2010-2011 while Pearson was making updates codes did not work. MY code would not even work. We, too, went through the rigamaroe with Pearson that the college was selling invalid codes, blah, blah. If you bought online with a credit card you were good to go but access codes were all saying invalid. The sad part is as far as I know, Pearson NEVER owned up to the problem being their fault. My students and I were able to finally access MML thanks to a Pearson rep who gave me a back door code.

We did not have any issues last year so I think you are safe to buy the code from Amazon. Why in eWorld the price keeps increasing is beyond me....but as another reviewer stated, "It's a racket". As a former college student, teacher, mother of 3 college graduates and a son who is a college junior, I WHOLEHEARTEDLY AGREE!!!!
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218 of 260 people found the following review helpful By Casi on January 15, 2011
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I bought the access code from Amazon thinking I could trust them to give me the correct product, as I am an avid Amazon fan. However, the code was invalid. After sitting on the phone with Pearson (who runs MyMathLab) for almost an hour, they finally told me they couldn't do anything for me because it was a made up code. Whether it really is made up or just an expired one, I really don't know. Amazon was nice enough to overnight me a replacement, only for me to be told it too was invalid.

My professor warned us not to purchase them off the internet and I learned the hard way to listen to him. I hope this doesn't happen to anyone else!
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