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Friday, July 14, 2017

Finra Licenses - Series 7, Series 65 and more. License Summaries - Test Questions and Series online course info

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SERIES 6

SERIES 7

SERIES 9

SERIES 10

SERIES 24

SERIES 63

SERIES 65

SERIES 66

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Summary of Series Exams and Courses:

SERIES 6

The Series 6 exam - the Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products Representative Qualification Examination (IR) - evaluates an entry-level representative's proficiency to perform duties as an investment company and variable contracts products representative. This exam comprises 100 scored questions with an additional 5 unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have two-hours and 15-minutes to complete the exam. The passing score is 70%.

SERIES 7

The Series 7 exam - the General Securities Representative Qualification Examination (GS) - evaluates an entry-level registered representative's proficiency to perform duties as a general securities representative. This exam comprises 250 scored questions with an additional 10 unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have six-hours to complete the exam - conducted in two three-hour sessions comprising 130 questions per session. The passing score is 72%. The Series 66 or 63 and 65 exam(s) typically follow this exam.

SERIES 9

The Series 9 exam — the General Securities Sales Supervisor Qualification Examination — evaluates a registered representative's proficiency and knowledge of securities industry rules and particular statutory provisions applicable to supervising sales activities of options at a branch office. 

This exam comprises 55 scored questions with an additional five unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have one-hour and 30-minutes to complete the exam. The passing score is 70%. 

SERIES 10

This exam comprises 145-scored questions with an additional 10-unscored "pretest" questions. Eligible representatives have 4-hours to complete the exam with a passing score of 70%. The Series 7 (or foreign equivalent) is a prerequisite for this examination. The Series 7 licensed representative must be associated with and sponsored by a FINRA member firm for eligibility to take the Series 10 or 9 exams. Along with the Series 9, the Series 10 exam is required to qualify for the Series 8 branch manager license. Either exam may be taken first, sequence does not matter

SERIES 24

The exam measures the degree to which each candidate possesses the knowledge needed to perform the critical functions of a general securities principal, including the rules and statutory provisions applicable to the supervisory management of a general securities broker-dealer. The Series 24 consists of 150 scored questions and an additional 10 unscored pretest questions. Candidates are given three hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam. The passing score is 70 percent.

SERIES 63

The Series 63 exam - the Uniform Securities Agent State Law - developed by NASAA and administered for NASAA by FINRA, evaluates an entry-level registered representative's proficiency in understanding the principles of state securities regulations reflected in the Uniform Securities Act with NASAA rule amendments prohibiting dishonest and unethical business practices. The exam provides state securities administrators a basis to evaluate an applicant's knowledge and understanding of state law and regulations. This exam is comprised of 60 scored questions and 5 unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have one-hour and 15-minutes to complete the exam. The passing score is 72%. The Series 63 does not have any prerequisites and can be taken without being sponsored by a FINRA member firm. However, to transact securities business, an individual must also take and pass the Series 6 or Series 7 and be associated with and sponsored by a FINRA member firm.

SERIES 65

The Series 65 exam - the Uniform Investment Adviser Law - developed by NASAA and administered for NASAA by FINRA, evaluates an entry-level proficiency to provide investment advice to clients and in understanding the principles of state securities regulations reflected in the Uniform Securities Act with NASAA rule amendments prohibiting dishonest and unethical business practices. The exam provides state securities administrators with a basis to evaluate an applicant's knowledge and understanding of state law and regulations. This exam comprises 130 scored questions and 10 unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have three-hours to complete the exam. The passing score is 72%.

SERIES 66

The Series 66 exam - the Uniform Combined State Law - developed by NASAA and administered for NASAA by FINRA, evaluates entry-level proficiency to provide investment advice and effect securities transactions for clients, as well as understanding the principles of state securities regulations reflected in the Uniform Securities Act with NASAA rule amendments prohibiting dishonest and unethical business practices. The exam provides state securities administrators with a basis to evaluate an applicant's knowledge and understanding of state law and regulations. This exam comprises 100 scored questions and 10 unscored "pretest" questions. Applicants have two-hours and 30-minutes to complete the exam. The passing score is 73%. The Series 7 is a co-requisite for this examination but either exam can be taken first and the Series 66 does not require FINRA member firm sponsorship. The Series 7 licensed representative, however, must be associated with and sponsored by a FINRA member firm.

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