Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination

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Uniform securities agent state law examination

A test required in some states for registered representatives who are employees of member firms of the NASD or over-the-counter brokers.

Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination

In many states, an exam one must pass to become a registered representative with FINRA, a designation that authorizes one to trade for the brokerage or other firm for which one works. It authorizes one to sell any security except commodity futures contracts. It is important to note that some states require the Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination in addition to the Series 7. It is not an alternative to the Series 7.

Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination

A test required by many states of people who want to become registered representatives. In addition to passing this test, the National Association of Securities Dealers requires candidates to pass the Series 7.
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The Series 63 NASAA Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam qualifies the student as a securities agent.
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