How many attempts at the Series 7 exam are permitted?

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A:

The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) has not placed any limits on the number of times you can attempt to pass the Series 7 exam.

However, there are restrictions on the amount of time that must pass between exam attempts. For your first three attempts you must wait 30 days after each attempt, and for every new attempt after that you must wait a period of six months. For more information on the process of rewriting the Series 7 exam, click here.

To read more about the Series 7, see Solving Mixed Options Problems On The Series 7.



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