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Pearson Education June 2010 MathXL Student Grace Period Instructions Dear Student, You have been given a grace period access code that allows you to use MathXL for 21 days. To get access to MathXL for this grace period: 1. Go to . 2. Click Register under ‘First Time Users’ on the MathXL home page. 3. Follow the instructions to register. You will be asked to: o Review and Accept the License and Privacy Policy o Type your grace period access code in the space provided. o Click Next and follow the instructions to complete the registration 4. Review the Confirmation & Summary page and print the page for your records. Click Log In Now to enter MathXL. To upgrade to full MathXL access: Before the grace period expires, you must upgrade your subscription to continue accessing your course. To do this, return to You can upgrade your subscription either by paying with a credit card or PayPal account, or by entering the MathXL access code from the access kit you purchased at the bookstore.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Go to MathXL : 2. Under First Time User choose your upgrade method. Click Register if you purchased a MathXL access code or Click Buy Now if you plan to pay with a credit card or PayPal account. 3. Follow the registration instructions. Note: On the Access Information screen, select Yes under Do you have a Pearson Education account? and type in your existing MathXL login name and password. This will connect all the work youve done already to your extended subscription. What happens if I dont upgrade before the end of the 21-day grace period? If you do not upgrade your subscription within the 21-day grace period, your subscription will expire and you will not have access to your MathXL work. If you upgrade after the grace period expires, your work will be restored....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course MTH 203 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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