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Professional Testing Tutor in Finance: Series # 7, 65, 63 and 66

Professional Testing Tutor in Finance: Series # 7, 65, 63 and 66

$75/hour

  • 22 hours tutoring

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Qualifications For Series 65
Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms.

Bio
My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students.
I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas:
Test taking anxiety. In most cases, a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. I also like...

Qualifications For Series 65
Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms.

Bio
My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students.
I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas:
Test taking anxiety. In most cases, a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. I also like to address test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast. I have seen many times that students will mark for review, too many questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content.

For the most part in tests like the Series 65 the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be in prioritizing the areas that are heavily tested.

A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions.

After having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed scores, ADD, dyslexia, adult students, and students in where English is their second language.

Now, that I am semi-retired it gives me great joy to empower the next generation of financial advisors.

I'm happy to answer your questions before you make your commitment.


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University of Houston
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Series 6,

Series 6

Qualifications For Series 6 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 6 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 6 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed scores
Series 63,

Series 63

Qualifications For Series 63 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 63 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 63 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed score
Series 65,

Series 65

Qualifications For Series 65 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 65 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 65 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed sco
Series 66,

Series 66

Qualifications For Series 66 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 66, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 66 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 66 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed
Series 7

Series 7

Qualifications For Series # 7 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57. Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series # 7 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 7 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed s

Test Preparation

Series 6,

Series 6

Qualifications For Series 6 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 6 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 6 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed scores
Series 63,

Series 63

Qualifications For Series 63 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 63 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 63 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed score
Series 65,

Series 65

Qualifications For Series 65 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 65 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 65 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed sco
Series 66,

Series 66

Qualifications For Series 66 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 66, 65 and 57 Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series 66 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 66 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed
Series 7

Series 7

Qualifications For Series # 7 Over 20 years’ experience as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley and AIG Passed at first attempt: Series 7, 63, 65 and 57. Successful tutor for students at: Morgan Stanley, Merry Lynch, and many other Investment Adviser Firms. Bio For Series # 7 My tutoring approach is tailored to the individual needs of my students. I have found throughout my tutoring experience to always address two very important areas: Test taking anxiety – in most cases – a passing score represents a new promotion, new business, or a new career. Sometimes, anxiety can originate from extrapolating a negative outcome. Test taking skills. Sometimes the difference from a passing score can be just a few questions in which the student reads the question too fast or went about the wrong way with their process of elimination. I have seen many times that students will mark for review too many or too few questions. Also, it is extremely important to keep up with the time allotted per question. A critical area with test taking skills is to set priority in passing the test and not to get overwhelmed with mastering the entire content. It is vital to understand that all professional testing is designed to complicate the framing of the questions to eliminate a grand portion of the test takers at their first attempt. For the most part in tests like the Series 7 or most professional testing, the average test score is purposely designed to be in the 55% to 75% range. The winning mindset needs to be on passing the actual test. A systematic study approach is critical. The student needs to be able to measure their level of understanding and to be able to quantify their progress. Practice makes perfect and I encourage the use of several computer learning programs that are equipped with flash cards, videos, and practice questions. By now, after having helped hundreds of students; I have developed an affinity for students that are not comfortable with professional testing. Especially dealing with anxiety, multiple failed s

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Very Knowledge, fun teacher!

Mark is teaching me Real Estate. I am a novice in this subject, and in just the first three lessons on Agency relationships, his teaching has allowed me to retain more information than I thought possible. He Is highly knowledgeable, and it shows in his tutoring. I would recommend him to anyone who wants to get their Real Estate License!!!!!

Sophia, 5 lessons with Mark
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