v2.71 adds support for Gap Finder Diagnostics & Study Modules, support for new question types, and new visual design elements picked up from the web version.
*A Pearson account is required to use this app.* To use the Dynamic Study Modules app, you must have already enrolled in a Pearson MyLab or Mastering course, logged in to the course on your computer, and opened a Dynamic Study Module in your course on your computer. If you do not, you will get an error message when you try to log in to the app.
*If you experience any login issues, please contact https://support.pearson.com for immediate support.*
Take Dynamic Study Modules from your MyLab and Mastering courses with you wherever you go! With the Dynamic Study Modules App, you can:
· Access Dynamic Study Modules and Gap Finder Diagnostic modules from your mobile device.
· Get real-time feedback on your performance, with information you need to review or study further broken down & provided in short bursts that are scientifically proven to trigger your brain to learn faster.
· Choose how confident you are in your answer to move past the material you’ve already mastered and understand better what you don’t know -- and what you only think you know.
· Answer, learn, and answer again until you’ve mastered the topics covered by your Dynamic Study Modules.
· Go back anytime to review your answers or refresh your knowledge -- students who do refreshers can recall concepts more confidently at test time!
• iOS Dark Mode no longer obscures items in the app
• Resolved “Error processing request. Please contact systems administrator” message when attempting to access modules
Ratings and Reviews
It’s useful...when it works.
The login is finicky. It refuses to download any modules for offline use even though there is more than one download button and a storage space setting under the settings. When it works, it can be long-winded in feedback but is pretty decent for studying. Other than that transient usefulness, this is just another example of how awful Pearson is. Who knows how they convince schools to use them for resources. They have the worst customer service I’ve ever encountered (beyond incompetent, which is why I wouldn’t bother troubleshooting the aforementioned issues with them), and nearly everything they make (app, eText, etc.) only aspires to be sub-par in its most lofty dreams. Bottom line: by all means, give it a try, but don’t expect much.
Update: I don’t know if the app was updated, but for whatever reason, the title at the top of the app stops and scrolls, stops and scrolls...over and over again, when I’m doing questions. It’s extremely distracting and has the look of an advertisement. It’s also totally unnecessary. Why would you *ever* put something distracting like that in a study app? Clearly they’re not thinking at all about the users. What a shame. The app had been useful before this. Now, it’s just annoying. The mobile website for this site doesn’t work well on the phone, so that’s not even a decent alternative. Terrible job, really. On all counts.
I put in the wrong password (my bad) but the screen it took to me to give me options for resetting it or contacting customer service didn’t have a back button or a way to get back to the log in screen so I had to delete it and reinstall it once I changed my password on my computer. Fine. Great. But when I finally got in, it had my old chemistry book in there and nothing else! I was sent to the app in the first place by the “other resources” tab in my Spanish class, not much of an additional resource if the only thing there is a book from a class I’m not even in anymore. There isn’t a search feature or some other way to find my Spanish class, it’s just the chemistry textbook. And what good is that anyway? That book was the least useful thing in passing Chemistry in the first place. Reading the dang thing on my phone certainly wouldn’t have been useful either. Thanks for nothing, Pearson. For how much your textbooks are you’d think you could come up with a halfway decent app.
Over a year of login issue
How is it that so many people have issues logging in on the app but clearly have access to it on the website. I am having the same issue. I have a class that is using mastering engineering and I have access to it but can’t login on this app. Why is this still a issue? I even tried using their website they provide to contact if there’s an issue logging in and it says the site has been disabled. Talk about a serious issue for such a “credible” company for education. I would stop using them if it wasn’t for my professor wanting to use it. Can’t even put a little effort into helping their customers that pay thousands of dollars over the course of their college days.
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- Pearson Education, Inc.
- 6.2 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2020, Pearson
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.