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What students say
We get set homework every week. For me the benefit of MyMathLab is actually working through the examples that we've been taught in class. That's how I learn maths.
Llinos Owen, student, Engineering Maths, University of Liverpool, UK (MyMathLab)
I just wanted to let you know how helpful the Mastering Biology is! It makes me study better, almost forces me to it! And it is a perfect combination between pictures, videos and text. It's genius!
Renee Bakkemo, student, University of Essex (MasteringBiology)
It is like having a teacher by your side, you learn it a lot quicker than usual homework!
Jannick Mikkelsen, student, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (MyEconLab)
[MyFinanceLab is] like a personal tutor laying the path toward your learning finance.
Fredrik Hannfors, student, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden (MyFinanceLab)
What educators say
"What really helped was that fact that [MasteringEngineering] was online, available 24/7. That really helped; students these days want to decide when they study. That's when we really saw our pass rates go up."
- Gillian Saunders, lecturer, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, using MasteringEngineering with Hibbeler: Statics (MasteringEngineering)
The average mark is approximately 10% higher than it was previously. Furthermore, the failure rate has decreased significantly - from 32% to 5-14% in recent years.
Marion Birch and Niels Walet, Manchester University (MasteringPhysics)
Since I've been using it my pass rates have gone up - the first year I used the system it was quite striking.
Carrie Rutherford, London South Bank University, UK (MyMathLab)
Results show that these students performed on average 10% better on the final exam.
Matthew Olczak, Aston University, UK (MyEconLab)
The percentage of students who passed the course increased from 55% to 80%.
Halit Gonenc, University of Groningen, Netherlands (MyFinanceLab)
The number of low performers was lower than in the corresponding exams a year ago.
Jouko Karjalainen, Aalto University, Finland (MasteringPhysics)