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Series 65 Exam Free Audio Lesson 13 Series 65 Exam Podcast

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Series 65 Exam Free Audio Lesson 13

Series 65 Exam Free Audio Lesson 13 is a lesson for the Series 65 Exam which can lead to the candidate being licensed as an Investment Advisor Representative.

The other possible exam would be the series 66 examination.

What is the Series 65 Exam?

The Series 65 Exam

The Series 65 is another path to becoming an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR)

Sometimes called the IAR in a box

Unlike the Series 66 Exam the Series 65 exam does not have the Series 7 Requirement

The Series 65 unlike broker-dealer exams (think the Series 7 Exam) the Series 65 Exam requires no company sponsor.

When taking the Series 65 to join an RIA firm as a IAR, candidates must complete the exam within 180 minutes. A passing score is 72%, which translates to correctly answering 94 of the 130 scored questions. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which administers the exam, does not release Series 65 pass rates. But this is a TOUGH exam, many people do not pass on the first try.

The test covers financial industry regulation, securities law, ethics, investments and economics. All these topics factor into a financial advisor’s day-to-day work. Most candidates devote considerable time to studying for the Series 65.

Different States have different requirements in become an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) so check your states department of securities licensing to find out its requirements.

 





 

Series 65 vs Series 66 Exam

The Series 65 exam is designed for those who do not have a Series 7 license. The content of both exams are similar though the Series 65 will be more heavily concentrated on Investment products and economics (like you would need to learn for the SIE and Series 7 Exam). … The Series 66 exam has a little more State law (such as what you will find in the Series 63 Exam) and some esoteric investment products.

Our audio lessons for both the Series 65 and Series 66 cover the material you would need to learn for the SIE and Series 7 exam so it may be a little more than you need for the Series 66 but we want you to be fully prepared!

The only difference between the two series of exam lessons (the 65 and 66) is that the Series 66 exam also covers the material needed for the Series 63 exam.

Our other website s for FINRA and other certification Exams include:

https://www.siepodcast.com

https://www.series7podcast.com

https://series66podcast.com

https://series65podcast.com

https://www.series7podcast.com

https://series6lessons.com

https://series22podcast.com

https://insuranceexampodcast.com

https://www.siepodcast.com

https://series79podcast.com

https://insuranceexampodcast.com

https://www.reexampodcast.com/

 

 

Series 65 Exam Free Audio Lesson 13

Series 65 Exam Free Audio Lesson 13 is a lesson for the Series 65 Exam which can lead to the candidate being licensed as an Investment Advisor Representative.

The other possible exam would be the series 66 examination.

What is the Series 65 Exam?

The Series 65 Exam

The Series 65 is another path to becoming an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR)

Sometimes called the IAR in a box

Unlike the Series 66 Exam the Series 65 exam does not have the Series 7 Requirement

The Series 65 unlike broker-dealer exams (think the Series 7 Exam) the Series 65 Exam requires no company sponsor.

When taking the Series 65 to join an RIA firm as a IAR, candidates must complete the exam within 180 minutes. A passing score is 72%, which translates to correctly answering 94 of the 130 scored questions. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which administers the exam, does not release Series 65 pass rates. But this is a TOUGH exam, many people do not pass on the first try.

The test covers financial industry regulation, securities law, ethics, investments and economics. All these topics factor into a financial advisor’s day-to-day work. Most candidates devote considerable time to studying for the Series 65.

Different States have different requirements in become an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) so check your states department of securities licensing to find out its requirements.

 





 

Series 65 vs Series 66 Exam

The Series 65 exam is designed for those who do not have a Series 7 license. The content of both exams are similar though the Series 65 will be more heavily concentrated on Investment products and economics (like you would need to learn for the SIE and Series 7 Exam). … The Series 66 exam has a little more State law (such as what you will find in the Series 63 Exam) and some esoteric investment products.

Our audio lessons for both the Series 65 and Series 66 cover the material you would need to learn for the SIE and Series 7 exam so it may be a little more than you need for the Series 66 but we want you to be fully prepared!

The only difference between the two series of exam lessons (the 65 and 66) is that the Series 66 exam also covers the material needed for the Series 63 exam.

Our other website s for FINRA and other certification Exams include:

https://www.siepodcast.com

https://www.series7podcast.com

https://series66podcast.com

https://series65podcast.com

https://www.series7podcast.com

https://series6lessons.com

https://series22podcast.com

https://insuranceexampodcast.com

https://www.siepodcast.com

https://series79podcast.com

https://insuranceexampodcast.com

https://www.reexampodcast.com/

 

 

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