Series 66 - Uniform Combined State Law Examination
The Series 66 exam — the NASAA Uniform Combined State Law Examination — is a North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) exam administered by FINRA.
The exam consists of 100 scored questions. Candidates have 150 minutes to complete the exam. In order for a candidate to pass the Series 66 Exam, he/she must correctly answer at least 75 of the 100 scored questions.
There is no prerequisite for the Series 66 examination. However, the Series 7 examination is a co-requisite to the Series 66 Examination.
For additional information about this exam, including the content outline, please visit the exams page on the NASAA website.
Using Reference Materials
The test administrator will provide whiteboard/dry erase marker and basic electronic calculators to the candidates, which must be returned to the test center administrator at the end of the testing session. Some test questions involve calculations. Only the provided calculators may be used during the examination.
The examination may contain questions that require the use of exhibits (e.g., charts, graphs, tables). If so, the questions will indicate when to refer to an exhibit.
Candidates are not permitted to bring any reference materials to testing sessions. Severe penalties are imposed on candidates who cheat or attempt to cheat on FINRA administered examinations.
To learn more about logistics and protocols for your exam day, please see On The Day of Your Exam.