Get_Started_Flyer_Handout_MasteringChemistry BUMP F16.doc

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Get Started with Pearson’s Mastering Chemistry First, make sure you have these 3 things 1. Email: You'll get some important emails from your instructor at this address. 2. Course ID: MCBUMP84323 3. Access code or credit card: An access code card may be packaged with your new book or may be sold by itself at your bookstore. Otherwise, you can buy instant access with a credit card or PayPal account during registration. Next, get registered and join your course! 1. Go to . 2. Under Register Now, select Student . 3. Confirm you have the information needed, then select OK! Register now. 4. Enter your instructor’s Course ID (it looks something like MCprofessor12345), and choose Continue . 5. Enter your existing Pearson account username and password and select Sign in . You have an account if you have ever used a Pearson MyLab & Mastering product, such as MyLab Math, MyLab IT, or Mastering Chemistry.
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