MYMATHLAB- can i reuse it for the same math but a diff class?
I bought MML in Jan'11 for college algebra at my university. I dropped the class and now taking it online at the community college. This online class also requires MML.
I tried using the same code to register for the new class but it wont let me. Did i just waste 80 bucks on a dropped class?
- jeredwmLv 69 years agoFavorite Answer
Your account should be good for something like 18 months. (I forget the exact duration, but it's at least a year, and I think more than that.) Your *code*, however, is only good once.
You should still be able to log in using your old account, then enroll in the new course. If your old account is not working, use the "live chat help" feature (http://247xl.custhelp.com/app/chat/chat_launch/p/7... The customer support at MML is VERY good, in my experience, about renewing lapsed accounts in situations like yours.
- MeganLv 44 years ago
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