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Our series 6 exam prep software is designed to help students master the application of the critical knowledge and to ensure they are ready to answer the most challenging questions on the series 6 exam. Users can log in and take practice tests on any computer, phone, or tablet 24-7, 365 days of the year.

Highly focused test questions based on the outline from regulators and years of student feedback will help ensure you are ready to pass your series 6 exam. Our series 6 exam prep software presents questions covering the following areas:

  •   Investment company securities
  •   Variable contracts
  •   Opening and servicing customer accounts
  •   Equity securities
  •   Debt securities
  •   Tax regulations
  •   Marketing, prospecting and sales presentations
  •   Evaluation of customers
  •   Retirement plans
  •   Rules and regulations

Using more than a dozen features students may create randomized practice tests to target the exact areas they want to focus on and use the features that match their learning style. Students may select the topics, number of questions and how and when answers are revealed to them. Students may also review notes they have made on questions, questions they have marked for review, and questions they have answered incorrectly or have not seen yet.

After every randomized quiz or randomized final students will see a full report detailing their exam results. These reports include

  •   The overall score
  •   The score in each section
  •   Every question taken including weather the question was answered correctly, incorrectly, the full question, all available answers, the answer chosen by the student and the detailed explanation

We have designed the software with the student in mind and to ensure you can take tests anytime, anywhere and any way you want to. Our ProgressTrack online exam system is truly the most advanced and user friendly exam prep software available in the market. Join the tens of thousands of students who have passed their exams with the help of The Securities Institute.