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CF6 : Mortgage advice

The CII’s CF6 exam is the final exam required to achieve the Certificate in Mortgage Advice. It is a 3-hour paper with 100 multiple choice questions plus 5 case studies each consisting of 5 questions. The pass mark is 70%.

The exam syllabus covers the house buying process from offer through to completion plus details of all the parties involved, the types of borrower and their varying needs, the types of mortgage product available, repayment options and suitability for each client, as well as the legislative and regulatory position of mortgages and the requirements of a mortgage adviser.

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Mock Exam Papers

3 full sets of 125 Q&A including 5 case studies, with cross references to the relevant CII study text.  All questions and answers are written by Brand Financial Training and kept up-to-date to reflect changes to the exam syllabus and tax year.

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Calculation Workbook

Focussing on the calculations within the exam syllabus, the calculation workbook provides calculation questions with full step-by-step answers, detailed explanations and cross-references to the relevant CII study text.

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