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The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) does not stipulate that individuals must be a minimum age to write the exam. Keep in mind that many exams administered by the NASD, such as the Series 7, require sponsorship. Prior to sponsorship, the firm may require candidates or future employees to have a certain amount of education.



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