How to pass the series 65
Pass the 65: A Training Guide for the Nasaa Series 65 Exam by Robert WalkerDo the terms hypothecation, diluted earnings, and inverted yield curve give you a headache? Do you need to take the Series 65 exam? If you can answer yes to both of these questions, then youve come to the right place. Robert Walker, a professional trainer who specializes in the NASD/NASAA Series 63, 65/66, 6, and 7 exams, has written this book for those who are about to brave the Series 65 examination. Armed with an M.F.A. in writing and a B.A. in English, Walker has managed to translate Securities-ese into plain English, with a liberal dash of humor. This must-have book guides you through the intricacies of the Series 65 exam. Walker takes the exam apart piece by piece, and explains terms and concepts with a sense of humor and ease not found in other exam guides. He shows you, step-by-step, how not to be misled by the questions. In addition to practice questions liberally sprinkled throughout its lessons, Pass the 65 includes three complete 135-question practice finals as well as study sheets summarizing each lesson and a handy glossary. Plus youll find that Robert directs you to his web site, where he offers updates, downloads, more practice finals, and other helpful information. Once youve finished this book, you will be able to take the test with confidence
Pass the 65 & 66 Part 1
How to Get Your Series 65 License
If you passed the Series 66, you already passed the Series 65 - the former encompasses the latter and the Series Yep, you should already be good to go. L1 and L3. I took it recently, I probably really overstudied out of fear. Passing the Series 65 normally is a pre-requisite to getting licensed as an Investment Adviser representative.
And a growing number of financial advisors are deciding that if the regulatory push is towards AUM or retainer fees, that they may as well just become or join a Registered Investment Adviser RIA directly. Which means in the coming year, there may be a surge of Series 65 exam takers. The good news is that because the Series 65 exam is heavily focused on knowing the underlying laws and regulations that apply to investment advice, it is primarily an exam of memorizing and recalling information. In fact, because the Series 65 exam is so popular, there are a number of providers who offer Series 65 study guide materials, practice exams, and other educational content to help pass the Series 65 exam. Just be certain to spend the time it takes to study and really learn the material!
We get asked this question all the time. The answers is that, while everyone learns in a different way, there are certain steps that everyone must take to pass the Series 65 exam. Reading the Series 65 textbook is absolutely essential to passing the exam. You must read the book completely and fully. Read the book, take notes and highlight the key points. Once you have completed the textbook, take as many Series 65 practice questions as you can. The Series 65 exam prep software is designed to help you master the application of the knowledge.