I need all the help I can get to pass the series 66. Who is the best?
Fire solutions or STC
Try Bob Walker's CDs and/or books. The CD is good on it's own as a break and reinforcement for any other text you might use, and his own book is good as well. At www.passthe66.com. I also used his Pass the 7 CDs in addition to Dearborn. Great change of pace, but NO prep material out there is really "good" for the 66. I read Dearborn 4 times (not that hard due to size), listened to the CDs from Pass the 66 four times, took a ton of tests via CD and also onlie at www.investopedia.com and still didn't really feel prepared since the test just doesn't resemble the prep courses in the same way the 7 does.
I'm a huge fan of Bob Walker's CDs and books. They definately helped me pass the S7 exam. Nice guy too.
Passperfect is another good vendor. Their questions were very difficult and better prepared me for the S7.
another vote for STC. Read it once or twice and then do all the tests 3 times.
I need to study for series 66. I bought traing consultant material which was piece of junk. I need to know
naghmeh wrote:I need to study for series 66. I bought traing consultant material which was piece of junk. I need to know It is much easier to pass the test if you speak English.
Firesolutions is the best.
joedabrkr wrote: naghmeh wrote:I need to study for series 66. I bought traing consultant material which was piece of junk. I need to know It is much easier to pass the test if you speak English.
Although, in his case they'll give him an extra hour per his request as an English as second language candidate.
I don't think you'll have a problem with the test...It's open book, so just highlight any pertinent information and you're good to go. Don't listen to the people who work at the testing facility if they don't know it is open book, as they are probably new.
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