After listening to feedback from our students, we created brand new video content for the Series 57 Exam addressing the most challenging topics that tend to show up most frequently.

Highly engaging and interactive, the new videos also reflect recent trends and regulatory focus. They offer vibrant graphics and real-world examples for a deeper dive into such topics as the Limit Order Display Rule, options positions and rules, and how Regulation M interacts with the new-issue market.

“I’m super excited to share our new Series 57 videos,” says Dave Meshkov, Head of Course Design at Knopman Marks, who recorded all 9 hours of new video content with high energy and a sense of fun. “I really wanted to bring the topics to life, so I offer context, background, and storytelling.”

How to Pass the Series 57 Exam

Meshkov weaves in many opportunities to engage with the Series 57 Exam content including interactive Q&A opportunities to test yourself.

“Watching these videos is an interactive experience, with questions to help you learn, retain, and be able to recall the testable content,” Meshkov says. “It’s a chance to learn as you go.”

Check Out a Sample of Dave’s New Series 57 Exam Videos Here

Is the Series 57 Exam Difficult?

The Series 57 Exam is difficult because it requires a deep dive into esoteric market structure and exchange rules. “We provide the background and insights that will help our students understand these rules better, equipping them to either know the answer or make well-informed, educated guesses,” Meshkov says.

The Series 57 Exam (the Securities Trader Representative Exam) measures how well candidates have mastered the knowledge needed to perform the critical functions of a securities trader. Learn more about how to pass the Series 57 Exam here.

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Written by Suzanne Riss
Suzanne Riss is an author and Director of Communications at Knopman Marks Financial Training. Previously the award-winning Editor-in-Chief of Working Mother magazine, she is a fierce advocate for issues facing working moms and an authority on work/life trends. Her expertise has been tapped in interviews by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, the Today Show, and CNN. Suzanne's third book, Work Disrupted, published by Wiley, was released in January 2021.