Series 66 - Training Consultants TC vs. Securities Training Corporation STC

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Hey Everybody,

I currently have access to STC material for the Series 66, but failed on my first attempt. I've been reading about Training Consultants (TC) and I'm wonder if there is anybody out there who might be willing to share their access? Additionally, if I do end up paying TC for the material... should I buy the whole package, test with the books, or test only?

Feel free to PM me or reply to this thread. Thanks!

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Not sure why my username isn't showing in this post. But it's SDR949.

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Hi SDR949 -

I'm a strong advocate of Training Consultants. Used Fire Solutions at ML and failed my first shot at the 7, took Training Consultants and blew it out. Took Fire for the 66 and failed my first shot there and was shown the door. Came her to Wells Fargo Advisors and just didn't jell with their program - Pass Perfect, used TC again and killed the 66, so I'll sing Tina's praises up and down. Everyone I knew at ML said don't bother with another program, just use TC and foolishly I didn't first time around. You may see some other threads about Training Consultants being sued by FINRA over the 66 but if you read the details it's clear that it's a lot of hoo-ha.

I suggest getting the whole program. Her practice tests are especially good in comparison to other programs in that with other programs you'll often only get the correct letter answer (i.e..."The Correct answer was B) which is not helpful. Or.... they'll provide you a synopsis of the incorrect answers - also not helpful. Tina's practice tests when printed out are themselves a great study tool because she provides A) the question followed by B) the correct answer and the WHY, the logic of the correct answer. Very helpful.

Good luck.

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You may have already passed the 66, but I highly recommend Training Consultants. I failed the 66 twice using STC, then purchased the TC course and passed it with an 89.
So, if your worried, don't be it's well worth the money. As a matter of fact I still have 3 months on my subscription that I don't need now that I've passed. Let me know if you're interested.

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Hey Jones66,

I am interested in purchasing your TC material. I just PMed you. Feel free to write me back.

Thanks

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Me Is JJ wrote:
Hi SDR949 -

I'm a strong advocate of Training Consultants. Used Fire Solutions at ML and failed my first shot at the 7, took Training Consultants and blew it out. Took Fire for the 66 and failed my first shot there and was shown the door. Came her to Wells Fargo Advisors and just didn't jell with their program - Pass Perfect, used TC again and killed the 66, so I'll sing Tina's praises up and down. Everyone I knew at ML said don't bother with another program, just use TC and foolishly I didn't first time around. You may see some other threads about Training Consultants being sued by FINRA over the 66 but if you read the details it's clear that it's a lot of hoo-ha.

I suggest getting the whole program. Her practice tests are especially good in comparison to other programs in that with other programs you'll often only get the correct letter answer (i.e..."The Correct answer was B) which is not helpful. Or.... they'll provide you a synopsis of the incorrect answers - also not helpful. Tina's practice tests when printed out are themselves a great study tool because she provides A) the question followed by B) the correct answer and the WHY, the logic of the correct answer. Very helpful.

Good luck.

What is your definition of hoo ha? It must be different from mine. Why don't you go read the docs... If test takers want to learn something about investment management, Pass Perfect is the way to go.

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