This has to be one of the worst interfaces I have used in a very long time. It's like the project was handed to 25 different coders who couldn't communicate during development, and the final challenge at the end of the contract was to somehow bandaid the entire thing.
If you've used anything related to military websites, you'll recognize it instantly.
You can expect lots of time-outs and a lot of permission errors. For something that was designed for IT-related training (MyITLab) it sure teaches you all the worst things to do security-wise, such as enabling pop-ups, enabling cookie support, requiring Java extensions, ect ect.
tl;dr: garbage site, garbage FAQ, designed by potatoes for potatoes
Product or Service Mentioned: Pearson Education Myitlab Program.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $205.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
Pearson Education Pros: Learning before this electronic abortion became manditory.
Pearson Education Cons: Multiple redirects, Popups, Cookie enable, Constant timeouts with dead-end suggestions to fix.