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Series 52: Municipal Securities Representative Exam
The Series 52 Exam is required by the MSRB for representatives who will engage in the selling, trading, and underwriting of municipal securities.
- Series 52 Textbook (Physical & Electronic versions)
- Online & Printable Practice Exams
- 3+ hrs of Video Lectures
- Mobile App for offline training (iPhone & iPad)
- Downloadable Class Supplements
- Personal Instructor Support
About the Exam:
Number of Questions: 115 questions
Exam Structure: 1 session covering all topics. All questions are multiple choice
Time to Complete: 3 hours and 30 minutes
Passing Score: 70%; 81 questions correct
Recommended Study Time: 40-50 hours
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On the morning of your exam, plan on arriving at the testing center at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled start time. You should bring with you government issued identification (e.g. driver's license or passport). Make sure the last name on your I.D. is the same as your last name on your registration form with your firm. Also make sure you don't bring expired I.D. You will be required to leave all your personal articles in a locker outside the testing room. The testing center will provide you with a scratch pad, a pen or marker, and a basic four function calculator. You are not permitted to bring anything else into the actual testing room.
The exam is administered via the FINRA PROCTOR system at Prometric testing centers.
That depends on the testing location, but most offer the exams every day of the week (including weekends).