How well does a finance major prepare one for the Series 6 exam?
I know, I already asked this about the Series 7… I apologize for the redundancy. I have my life and health licenses and had originally planned on skipping straight to the Series 7. Then I realized the extent to which my free time must become virtually nonexistent in order for me to have a shot at a successful startup. Assuming the Series 6 indeed requires significantly less study time than the 7, I’d like to add variable annuities and mutual funds to my arsenal until I can afford to ease up on the prospecting a bit.
I can get a deal on the STC Self-Study program through my company (and they may reimburse the costs upon successful completion of the exam anyway, but I’ll have to double check to be sure). Is there anyone who used STC to study for the Series 6 that could comment on how they liked it? Would you recommend I go that route, or are there options on Amazon that might be better suited to my needs? My goal isn’t to reduce costs so much as it is to maximize efficiency while still being effective. I’m a bit concerned that there may be too much fluff in the STC program for someone who is fresh out of a college education in finance (1 year, so some review of what I've already learned will still be helpful), and that I’ll either waste time or overlook something relevant while trying to skim through the basics. Valid concern, or no?
No feedback? I'm planning on ordering something next week, so I'll probably just go ahead and try the STC Self-Study Program if I don't hear anything by then.
I would study for the series 7. When you take the test make sure you are getting 80s and 90s