3 Series 63 Tutors Found Near Richmond, VA



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Darren B.

Series 63 Tutor

Harrisburg, NC 28075

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Experienced Tutor for Over 25 Years!

I've taken the NASD Series 7 & 63 and scored 83 and 80 respectively on those exams without extensive preparation. I actively hold these licenses because of my advisory duties at work. I assist potential employees in my role to prepare and achieve a passing score for these exams. I earned my MBA with a concentration in Statistics from one of the top business schools in the country. Throughout my career, I've facilitated countless workshops and courses in income tax theory, financial literacy and career development. But what's most rewarding is witnessing the "ah-ha!" moment when a student [more]


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Jared P.

Series 63 Tutor

Wilmington, DE 19807

Will travel 5 miles

$30 per hour.

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I'm new to Wyzant but I regularly tutor students in Securities Exams

I passed the Series 63 certification. I'm new to Wyzant, but I have been doing local tutoring. Additionally, I have been helping co-workers study at the major bank I work for as I have passed both the Series 7 and 63. I figured this site would give me a bigger platform to tutor others as well. I passed both the Series 7 and 63. I am up-to-date on the most recent exams and understand the material and what to look out for; tools of the trade and tricks! I received a MBA from Villanova University. Series 7, Series 63 I hope I ca... [more]


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John A.

Series 63 Tutor

Clayton, NC 27527

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.91 70 ratings

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"Learning is not a Speeding Contest"

I have been FINRA Series 63 licensed since September of 2007 working in the financial industry as a Retirement Education Counselor. I successfully passed the exam on my first try. I have also helped prepare peers to take the exam and pass. In addition, I hold other similar licenses; Series 6 and Series 26. There are no hard concepts; everyone has the same capacity to grasp any understanding from Algebra to Astro-Physics. The problem is that Educators do not always exercise enough patience, kindness and sensitivity to take what are seemingly complex concepts and make them digestible for ev [more]