**Existing McGraw-Hill LearnSmart® users** with subscriptions can access their LearnSmart student account for free on the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. With your existing subscription you can also try other LearnSmart titles by accessing one free chapter in each title (chapter 3).

McGraw-Hill LearnSmart® is the premier adaptive learning product designed to assess a student's knowledge of course content through a series of adaptive questions, intelligently pinpointing concepts the student does not understand and mapping out a personalized study plan for success.

Through a series of questions and answers, LearnSmart measures students’ knowledge and understanding of concepts and creates unique study plans based on their individual needs. As students progress, LearnSmart monitors their performance and dynamically adapts each study plan to maximize students’ learning. Whether assigned by an instructor or used as a study tool, students will learn faster, study more efficiently and retain more knowledge when using McGraw-Hill LearnSmart®.

Features & Benefits:
-Study any time and anywhere
-Individualized study plan

-Targeted remediation

-Easy to use progress and status reports

-Personal study calendar

Available titles include: A&P – Accounting – American Government – Biology – Business – Chemistry – EMR – EMT – Fitness & Wellness – Geology – Health – Management – Marketing – Medical Assisting – Medical Terminology – Microbiology – Nutrition – Psychology – Sociology – and more.

What’s New

Version 2.8.1033

- SDK update

Ratings and Reviews

1.2 out of 5
280 Ratings

280 Ratings

Khrisraspberry ,

No Self-Study on Mobile??

I downloaded the app specifically to casually practice questions in the self-study section without the hassle of having to open up my computer and be connected to WiFi. I go to find it, and number ONE, this is the clunkiest thing I’ve ever seen, you have to zoom in on the app to see options and when you’re zoomed in, you have to zoom back out to see the right-most option. Now if you hold your phone horizontal, it’s better, but you still have to zoom in. What kind of functionality is that? Second, you can only view the chapters section and get the recharges, but you can’t self study assignments that are recently completed because there’s literally no self-study tab. I checked everywhere on the app. Even if there is a self-study usable within the app, why on Earth is it not where it is on the computer and why is it so hard to find??

-------DissapointedLisa---- ,

Not at all user friendly

I’m glad they finally made an app that’s accessible for college students because I can’t tell you how many times I wished I could just do the assignment from my phone but seriously? This is harder than trying to sit in the car on my laptop with a crappy hot spot running and it’s so disappointing. As a college student, I have to pay thousands of dollars in books to this company every year because course material is required through them and I can’t get credits for assignments unless I buy the online access. All I can say is McGraw hill is such a huge disappointment as an education material supplier and they don’t make good use of the thousands they take from college students every year.

jjcmontana ,

shame on McGraw-Hill

Not only do they take in an obscene amount of money from students, their technology in general is so subpar, their IT department should perhaps read a few of the books they’re hocking at students. You should ask yourself why EVERY app they make has a 1 star review... the only common denominator is McGraw-Hill!

On top of all this, the whole point of their model is to turn education into an assembly line, yet college tuition keeps going up. My online Biology class instructor does ZERO teaching and only uses every automated online system possible to assign homework and grade items. I’d teach myself more biology by studying road kill. This is on you, McGraw-Hill... you, your technology, and your apps are propelling the downfall of American education.

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