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Sitting the CII R06 remotely – what will this mean for you?

The CII have shared their plans for remote sitting of R06 and, whilst some of the finer details are 'to be confirmed', BTS wanted to share what we know so far about how candidates will sit their July R06 exam. Key points for candidates to note are: • you will be sitting the exam using [...]

By | June 10th, 2020|Blog, BTS News|0 Comments

Remote R0 Revision Workshops now available

Our successful face to face workshops are going 'virtual' BTS are responding to the current travel restrictions by offering virtual R0 workshops using Zoom. Many students are trying to balance the need to maintain the momentum with their studies, whilst also keeping a sensible social distance. To support students, BTS will run 'remote' training days [...]

By | June 3rd, 2020|Blog, BTS News|0 Comments

Preparing for the July R06 exam

Remote Webinar Revision Workshop dates now available to book online BTS have been supporting R06 candidates for longer than we care to admit, and something that we have learned is that you shouldn't listen to anyone that tells you this R0 exam is easy; we have seen candidates coming to BTS who are on their [...]

By | June 3rd, 2020|Blog, BTS News|0 Comments

BTS R06 Workshops are filling up fast

BTS have scheduled three two-day R06 workshops in the lead up to the April R06 exam. For this group of workshops we have chosen dates that immediately follow the release of the case studies, as part of a cunning exam strategy! The R06 workshop dates are: 25th - 26th March Leadenhall Building London (now full) [...]

By | March 17th, 2019|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

What can help me pass my CII’s R01 exam?

We are now into 2019, and facing the usual challenges that make passing any Chartered Insurance Institute exams a whole lot tougher… If you are not aware of the challenges, a couple of key ones are: No CII face to face workshops The CII pulled out of offering learners any workshop support at the start [...]

By | February 25th, 2019|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

Are you sitting the CII R06 exam in October?

Well here we are again, starting the run up to the next R06 exam sitting in October. We have just had the July exam results released last Friday, so this is a good time to take stock of how BTS and our R06 students fared. What were BTS results like? Pretty good. Luiza ran a couple [...]

By | August 20th, 2018|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

BTS have been hot off the R06 mark…

The two R06 case studies were released on Friday and since then our designers have been hard at work producing the BTS analysis document. Our aim was to get this to you in a speedy fashion, with no compromises on quality, so that you have plenty of time to get to know the exam case [...]

By | June 25th, 2018|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

Here we go again…

The time is upon us for another R06 exam. The Integrated Financial Planning R06 exam is different from all the other CII R0 exams. The main differences are: It is less ‘technical’ in terms of the knowledge that it tests In the other R0 exams, such as R03, you literally need to know all there [...]

By | June 16th, 2018|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

BTS Open Workshops 2018; an update…

We have just finished the first quarter of BTS offering face to face open R0 workshops, after the CII pulled out of this market. We had no idea if there would be an appetite out there for what BTS can offer. How have BTS R0 workshops been received? Well, you will not be surprised to [...]

By | April 23rd, 2018|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments

Are you sitting the CII R06 exam in April?

The CII R06 Financial Planning Practice paper is different from the other five required for the QCF level 4 qualification: the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning. It is a three-hour written paper. Two case studies are sent to students two weeks before the exam sitting, allowing pre-exam preparation to be completed. As it is hand-marked, [...]

By | March 16th, 2018|BTS News, Talking Points|0 Comments