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Pearson is probably one of the worst textbook companies to ever exist on the face of the planet. Not only are they ripping you off by giving you a book with problems in it so easy a 2 year old could solve them, but they mark up the price of their access codes by 120%, making what should be a 25 dollar purchase a 200 dollar purchase.

After many years of being forced to use Pearson I finally found out how they make these sales. This company bribes and shmoozes their way into the professor and school's wallet, taking them out to lunch, straight up offering them money, offering them "discounts". Too bad the discount only works for the professor or teacher, we students still have to pay their ridiculously marked up prices for books we could easily get for much cheaper if pearson didn't monopolize the electronic book market. On top of all of this, pearson's labs and workbooks are terrible.

Most times even if you give the correct answer, it will deduct you points and possibly cause you to fail. Ggnore pearson sucks major pp.

Product or Service Mentioned: Pearson Education Textbook.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Preferred solution: n.

Pearson Education Cons: Blatant use of outdated content created over a decade ago, Online support is nearly useless, Technical support.

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