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Jul 1, 2005 9:39 am

Hello wonderful forum here, i have been studying in my spare time for the 7 and 63, and i am ready to take the test, is there any firm that i can go to that will sponsor me right away to take it, most firms that i have spoken to told me i have to go through there training program for 6 months to 1 year before they will sponsor me for the exam?

Jul 1, 2005 10:19 am
NEWBIE:

Hello wonderful forum here, i have been studying in my
spare time for the 7 and 63, and i am ready to take the test, is there
any firm that i can go to that will sponsor me right away to take it,
most firms that i have spoken to told me i have to go through there
training program for 6 months to 1 year before they will sponsor me for
the exam?





What's the rush?  Why do you not want to receive training?

Jul 1, 2005 11:42 am

Not a rush but id rather get my license right away since i am ready to take the exam, so hopefully i can find a place that will sponsor me immediatly

Jul 1, 2005 11:43 am

also i have been cramming a lot so all the info is fresh in my mind in a year ill probably forget half of what i learned from the book

Jul 1, 2005 12:00 pm
NEWBIE:

also i have been cramming a lot so all the info is fresh
in my mind in a year ill probably forget half of what i learned from
the book





It would be really kewl if you learned to use capital letters when
they're appropriate--that, like, makes you seem, like, you're a grown
up.



The problem with getting sponsored "just anywhere" is that you will
forever have to list that sponsor on your industry resume known as your
U-4.  Failure to do so will be automatic grounds for losing your
job.



Reputable firms will not sponsor somebody until they have been through
a certain amount of training--so in a frenzy to get registered you end
up allowing an unreputable firm to sponsor you.



Then, for the rest of your life, you are branded as sombody who works
for unreputable firms and you will NEVER be able to get a job at a
reputable firm.



i realize that when you type in all lower case letters you dont give a
damn about reputation, reputable and all that crap but believe me when
you are a grown up you will regret screwing up back in 2005 if you know
what i mean.

Jul 1, 2005 1:05 pm

You shouldn't criticize some one's spelling or grammer on a forum. This is not a legal document. I am not a child I am 30 years old with a 4 year degree in marketing and advertising from a major university .Thank you for the info thou.



WHILE YOUR AT IT READ THE LAST SENTENCE YOU WROTE DON'T YOU KNOW THAT I IS ALWAYS CAPATILIZED ESPECIALLY AT THE BEGINNING OF A SENTENCE.



Jul 1, 2005 1:30 pm
NEWBIE:

You shouldn't criticize some one's spelling or grammer on a forum. This is not a legal document.


Are legal documents the only time that spelling, grammar and proper sentence structure matter?

Jul 1, 2005 1:50 pm
NEWBIE:

You shouldn't criticize some one's spelling or grammer on a forum. This is not a legal document.

Why is it that you slackers always say that?



Hey Dude, I, like, know how to write, spell, punctuate and all that stuff--it's just that I only do it when I have to.



What you're saying is that you're not stupid, you're just lazy.



Where is the pride in that?