Series 16 prep from Varsity Tutors works with you as you prepare for the Series 16 exam. Series 16 test prep gives you tools and resources to pursue your study goals. Your Series 16 prep is based around your learning needs and abilities.
The Series 16 exam is also known as the Supervisory Analyst Qualification Exam. People who pass this exam may have greater success attaining supervisory analyst jobs. During Series 16 prep, you and your instructor can spend time improving your understanding of the content of the exam. Below is a breakdown of organizational structure and content:
Series 16 Exam Breakdown
- Part 1: Regulations
- Function 1: Review and approve research analysts' communications to ensure compliance with applicable SEC and FINRA rules and regulations, and firm policies and procedures.
- Function 2: Serve as liaison between the research department and other internal and external parties.
- Part 2: Valuation of Securities
- Function 1: Review the content of a research report to assess the accuracy, consistency and sources of data and calculations included in the report.
- Function 2: Review the content of research reports to ensure a reasonable basis exists for the analyst's conclusions (e.g., price targets, recommendations, ratings, estimates and valuation parameters).
Series 16 test prep takes place online. Our Live Learning Platform is a space for you to interact with the instructor for your Series 16 class. Because your Series 16 course takes place online, you are able to attend anywhere that has an internet connection. Imagine receiving Series 16 tutoring from your favorite coffee shop, the library, or even your own home.
Series 16 test preparation is a one-on-one learning experience. One of the benefits of this type of private tutoring is that you don't have to relearn content you already know. Rather, you can spend your time on the content that is most difficult for you and most important for your Series 16 preparation. Series 16 classes can also adapt to your learning style. For example, if you are a visual learner, you and your instructor can watch videos that provide clarity on key ideas for the exam. Additionally, Series 16 courses are an opportunity to receive live feedback. The feedback you received from Series 16 tutors can improve your confidence and help you to develop good habits and skills for the exam.
During your Series 16 prep, you can develop a study plan for your time. Based on your learning goals, the plan for your Series 16 test prep can break your studying into manageable chunks. Organizing your time this way can make your Series 16 prep more efficient, and developing an effective study plan is also a skill that you can use as you prepare for other certifications in the future.
Series 16 test prep is also an opportunity to learn about test-taking strategies. The test-taking strategies that you discuss with your instructor can be specific to the demands of the exam. Different types of questions require different types of strategies, and Series 16 prep is an opportunity to discern the types of questions that are on the exam and adapt your test-taking strategy to them. Going into the exam with test-taking strategies planned can help you to feel more confident and maximize your time during the test.
Series 16 prep from Varsity Tutors can help you pursue your study goals. If you are interested in the flexibility, resources, and instruction that you can receive in Series 16 test prep, contact an Educational Consultant online or over the phone today. They can answer questions that you may have and help you register.
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