First-Time Student Guide
Interpretive is pleased to welcome you! We know that our simulations will provide you and your classmates with a valuable learning experience.
Step 1: Get a User ID
The first step is to get your user ID. Students receive their unique User ID and Password by e-mail from Interpretive Simulations based on information sent by their instructor. In some cases, the instructor will give out user IDs and passwords directly.
If you are not sure how you will receive your user ID and password, you should first contact your instructor to find out.
Search for your user ID
If you forgot your user ID or you didn't receive your registration email, you can use our Search form to have your user ID sent to your registered address.
Register with a course code
If your instructor has provided you with a Course Code, but you do not have a user ID, you can start the registration process by filling out this form.
Forgot my password
If you have already received your login information, but have forgotten your password, click here to retrieve your password.
Step 2: Log In
Use the login box at www.interpretive.com/students to log in with your user ID and password.
After logging in, you will automatically be redirected to your course's Interpretive web site.
The course web site is where you will access the simulation and view its schedule. You will also find resources, such as the simulation manual and any electronic documents that your professor might choose to provide, as well as access to our support FAQs and other resources.
If you have trouble at any time, click the Support link in the main menu to get help from our customer service representatives.
After logging in to your course site, click the "Help" link in the main menu.
If you cannot log in, follow the instructions on this page to retrieve your User ID or Password.
Whether you are a faculty member or a student, if you have a question about our simulations at anytime, please do not hesitate to contact us! Fully Administered means Interpretive handles all simulation logistics.