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  1. What do you need to register for access to MathXL? A student access code. Here’s an example of a student access code: SMPLE – FRILL – TONLE – WEIRS - CHOIR - FLEES If your instructor has created a course specifically for your class you will need the name of your school, instructor, and course Here’s an example of that information. Univ. of Anywhere, Bob Smith, Math 101 A valid email

  2. If your instructor has NOT created a course, you can still use MathXL you will need your student access code plus the author, name & edition of your text Here is an example of that information Lial: Basic Math, 7th Edition

  3. Where do you find your student access code? FREE with your NEW text For sale in your bookstore or…online at www.mathxl.com Follow the directions that comes with your code to register.

  4. To register follow these steps. Start at www.mathxl.com Choose “Register” Enter your student access code. Complete the online registration and choose a unique personal Log-in name and Password

  5. Log on, choose your course or text, and install needed software Return to www.mathxl.com Choose “Login” The first time you enter the site, select your school and course from the drop-down menus Or..if your instructor has not created a course, choose your text by author, title and edition. Next, you will see the Installation Wizard. Read and follow all directions to install the needed software on your computer.

  6. Thank you for using MathXL with your Addison Wesley text.