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Aug 10, 2011 7:57 pm

I just passed my 7 and I am wondering if I should take the 66 or 65? Currently I have my 6, 63 and 7. A coworker of mine has all the Kaplan materials for the series 65 and it looks as if it more oriented to someone who would do well on their 7. In comparison i squeaked by passing my 63 a few years ago but I got an 86 on my first shot at the 7.

So which would you recommend I do? Take the free study materials and sit for the 65? Or buy new stuff and take the 66? I'm looking for the path of least resistance here...one that plays to my strengths. Thanks in advance.

Aug 12, 2011 8:18 pm

I had a similar situation and I chose to take the 65. The 66 covers more material than the 63 or 65 alone. The 65 has 130 questions, vs. 100 for the 66. If you've recently taken the 63, the 66 may be easier. If it's been a couple years, I would go with the 65.

Sep 23, 2011 11:03 am

ML Requires the 66.  FYI they provide Firesolutions training material and everyone that used it or STC exclusively failed on the first try.  Try Training Consultants.

Oct 25, 2011 1:09 am

I have met at least 3 people that have used Training Consultants and
passed on the first attempt.  The book is only 125 pages, but the course
material is just what you need to know to pass.  I just took the Series
66 today and passed on the first attempt with an 87%.  About 25
questions were almost identical.  The rest of the material was what I
needed to know.


So, I can't recommend them enough.  I hope that it helps.

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