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Series 63 State Law Broker Exam Prep
iOS Universal Education
Upward Mobility presents their premiere iPhone/iPod Touch app for the FINRA Series 63 NASAA Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination! Our app contains 350 simulated exam questions expertly written by a finance professor exclusively for Upward Mobility.
Each question is paired with a detailed yet concise explanation to help reinforce your knowledge. This app is designed to cover all topics on the Series 63 exam, including state securities acts and related rules and regulations as well as ethical practices and fiduciary obligations.
Our iOS apps are designed with an exclusive intuitive UI. They provide a Study Mode, where questions are paired with clear explanations and the user can proceed at their own pace, as well as a Test Mode designed to simulate the exam experience, where the user can set question and time restraints and their results are presented to them upon completion in both an aggregate and a question-by-question format.
This app is not affilated with FINRA or the NASAA.
"Hey thanks for the app , some of the questions and answers had me laughing, any way, I just passed my exam (63) with a 90, mostly thanks to your app! Take care!" -A.B., Feb 2011
About Upward Mobility
Upward Mobility is an independent test preparation and management education apps company that creates high quality material that is witty and engaging, perfect for on-the-go students and ambitious professionals. All of our content is developed exclusively for Upward Mobility by subject matter expert writers and undergoes a thorough review process.
Customer satisfaction is our top priority, and if you have any questions or comments or are unsatisfied with our products in any way, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help you.
We are a double bottom line company that is committed to education in the developing world. Some of the profits will be used to deploy education via mobile phone in emerging countries to improve their total factor productivity growth.