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I'm doing the Ethics Unit, (part of the 8 Education Units) first, before sitting the FASEA exam next year. Also, there is more training to pass the exam, which is worth doing, in preparation to sitting the exam. However while I see a lot doing the FASEA exam, I can see a lot of people planning to exit by 2026. Not being able to even ACCESS an adviser is NOT in the best interests of consumers. Because the combination of Opt In, RC recommendations, FASEA education etc means that you simply have to ditch anyone with less than $100k. Its going to be brutal.