Matthew L.


Matthew L.

Tutor

New York, NY 10025

Will travel 25 miles

$150 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

FINRA Series 7 and SIE Tutor -- Columbia University graduate

I am a Columbia University graduate with active FINRA Series 3, 7, 55 and 63 licenses, all exams were taken once, and I passed with superb scores. After graduating Columbia I started work at a Futures trading firm and acquired my NFA Series 3 license. In addition to constructing intra / inter commodity derivative trading spreads, and hedging oil refinery risk, I always found it so rewarding to help my fellow colleagues who were in the process of studying for their exams. I found out that... [more]


Series 63

I am an Ivy League graduate and scored 90% on the FINRA Series 63. I took the exam "before" I took my Series 7 to show future employers just how serious I was. I always tell my students that the 63 deserves the same respect that the 7 receives. You will get clarifications and explanations that are easily digestible. More importantly, they stick with the student, because I focus on approaching the question with real world examples, and break it down conceptually. If you know the concept, reaching the destination becomes a matter of course rather than an arduous trek through the land of wrote memorization. My most recent student scored a 90% on his 63 in March. Come join me and let's get you ready for the exam and propel your career!


Series 7

I am a Columbia University graduate with active FINRA Series 3, 7, 55 and 63 licenses, all exams taken once, passing with superb grades. I scored 90% on the Series 7. The Series 7 exam is a difficult test of both your knowledge and your stamina. You've got to pass or your brokerage firm hire means nothing. Here's how we can make that recent hire or promotion mean something. A proven, structured program, adapted to fit your needs, whether all-encompassing or only for that "one section" you just can't seem to master. As much theory as you need, as many practice tests and questions as you can handle, with clarifications and explanations so that you know the material. More importantly, the concept-based teaching methods I employ stick with the student, because I focus on approaching the question with real world examples, and break it down conceptually. If you know the concept, reaching the destination becomes a matter of course rather than an arduous trek through the land of wrote memorization. Be ready to work! Be ready to learn!