Series 66 Exam: Uniform Combined State Law

An exam administered by the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). Successful completion of the Series 66 exam is equivalent to the successful completion of both the Series 63 and Series 65 exams. It is required by certain states in America, (in addition to successful completion of the Series 7) in order for an investment professional to qualify for registration as an Investment Advisor Representative and as a securities agent representing a broker dealer.

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Exam Details

Time Limit: 2 hours and 30 minutes
Cost: $145
Number of Questions: 100, plus 10 "pre-test" questions
Passing Score: 75%
Format: Multiple Choice
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Series 7 must occur before registration for the Series 66 exam.
Exam Date(s): Any day of the week, excluding Sundays
Exam Locations: Find an exam center in your state here. Complete information about your appropriate testing center, admittance requirements and exam administration will be included with the enrollment confirmation form mailed to you.
Official Exam Website: http://www.nasaa.org


Exam Topic Weights

For an in-depth breakdown, see the North American Securities Administrators Association's (NASAA) study guide.

Series 66 Exam Topic Weights By Section


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