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Varsity Tutors can connect you with St. Louis Series 7 exam prep if you're working toward the path to licensure. Aspiring stockbrokers can gain some extra help before they take this important test. Whether you attended Maryville University, Webster University, or another university in the area, it might be helpful to review the courses you took and be better prepared to take the test. By either taking a St. Louis Series 7 exam prep course or seeking the help of a private instructor, you can get a better comprehensive review than if you studied for the test on your own.

What topics does the St. Louis exam prep cover?

Before you take the Series 7 exam, you should have already taken the prerequisite test called the Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) exam. The Series 7 exam takes the SIE exam a step further and determines whether you're capable of being a general securities representative in such areas as investment company securities, direct participation programs, corporate securities, and government securities. For the Series 7 exam, you'll need to know such things as retirement plans, investment risk, packaged securities, and interactions with clients.

The Series 7 exam has four skills that are assessed. It has 125 multiple-choice questions and lasts 225 minutes or almost four hours. In order to pass the exam, you must have a score of at least 72 percent. You'll be tested on how a stockbroker gets business from potential customers, how to open accounts once you have the needed information from the customer, and how to verify the customers' transactions and complete the transaction. The biggest part of the test covers how to provide the customer with information and give recommendations about their investments.

How can St. Louis exam prep help me review?

Varsity Tutors can set you up with two different kinds of prep: online private instruction or group classes. Many students will choose one of these options based on the way they learn. However, some students do choose to do both options. Each of the options has its own perks, but no matter which one you choose, you'll have an academic mentor ready to help you prepare for the exam. Let's take a closer look at the benefits of each St. Louis Series 7 exam preparation.

You might like the St. Louis Series 7 exam prep class if you enjoy working with others. You'll meet online using our Live Learning Platform. You'll use a virtual whiteboard and video chat to communicate with your classmates and academic mentor just like you would in a regular classroom. Working together with others can help you improve skills in the areas you don't quite understand. For instance, maybe you're struggling with how a retirement plan, or a 529 plan, works. One of your classmates may have a better grasp and could provide you with an explanation that you can better comprehend. In return, you might be able to help someone else with an area they struggle with, such as taxation. Your instructor can answer any questions you have and give you feedback at that time. Of course, if you still find yourself struggling with a concept, you can always ask for one-on-one help from your instructor.

You might want to work with a St. Louis exam tutor. When you work one-on-one with an academic mentor, you can work at your own pace. The instructor can focus their time on you and what your needs are. As your instructor gets to know you and your learning style, they can plan your lessons according to how you learn best. They can also set the pace on how quickly you go through the material. For example, if you understand the rights of common stockholders, you may not spend as much time on that topic. However, if you're not understanding mutual funds, your private instructor might take more time to work with you and make sure you do have a good grasp of the concept.

How can I sign up for the Series 7 prep?

An expert instructor for the content on the Series 7 exam will lead your prep whether you choose to do a group class or private instruction. With the ease of taking either a class or tutoring online, you have many options to choose from and can easily find the time to schedule your sessions. If you're interested in how St. Louis exam prep can help you further, contact our educational consultants to get more information and answer any questions you have. Varsity Tutors is ready to help you register for Series 7 prep today.

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