How has the CII R06 exam evolved since it came in and have these changes made it more difficult to pass
The R06 Financial Planning Practice unit has been around for a few years now. So, how does the exam work? Is it difficult to pass? Has it changed much?
This week, BTS Director Luiza Todd penned an article for Professional Paraplanner Magazine, looking at how this Level 4 unit has evolved in recent years and what that means for candidates preparing to sit the exam.
You can read the full article here:
BTS have supported every R06 sitting since the unit’s inception. Read more about our recommended R06 study plan.
This is the final unit needed to achieve the CII Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning. It brings together all the knowledge gained throughout the previous five units.
Candidates cannot achieve their level 4 qualification or apply for their Statement of Professional Standing (SPS) without a pass in the R06 exam to complete their Diploma.
The R06 exam is a three-hour written exam based on case studies released two and a half weeks prior to the exam sitting. Worth 30 credits and with a recommended 100 hours of study, this is a chunky unit that needs serious attention.
The R06 exam can be sat four times a year (January / April / July and October usually), so if a candidate fails, they have to wait a while until the next sitting.
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Find out more in depth help and advise to structure your R06 studies by viewing our R06 Study Plan.
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Read another insightful article ‘R06 – How to Prepare & Pass’ to find out more information about the R06 exams.