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Adding the Series 66. The Series 66 exam allows individuals who have already passed the Series 7 exam to register as investment advisers. While the Series 7 allows individuals to sell securities to their clients, the Series 66 license allows them to act as wealth or asset managers with fiduciary responsibility over their client's funds.What is a series 7 and 66 license?
While the Series 7 allows individuals to sell securities to their clients, the Series 66 license allows them to act as wealth or asset managers with fiduciary responsibility over their client's funds. The exam includes 110 questions, 100 of which are scored.What is the difference between the series 63, 65, and 66?
They are both licenses that allow the individual to give fee-based advice. The 66 exam is only for those individuals who are registered for, or completed the Series 7 exam. It combines the Series 63 with the Series 65 exam. The Series 65 exam is designed for those who do not have a Series 7 license.What is the pass rate for the series 66 exam?
Most securities exams administered by both FINRA and the NASAA have a passing score of 70%, except for the Series 7, 63 and 65, which have passing rates of 72%, and Series 66, which has a passing score of 73%.