Sharenet College Guide to Profitable Stock Market Investing


Sharenet College offers 5 exams which test your understanding of the 25 modules of the Stock Exchange Course. You will need to have purchased the Sharenet College Stock Exchange Course from Sharenet in order to write the exams.

Exam 1 covers Modules 1 to 5; Exam 2 covers Modules 6 to 10; Exam 3 covers Modules 11 to 15; Exam 4 covers Modules 16 to 20; and Exam 5 covers Modules 20 to 25.

Exam Instructions

  • Each exam consists of 40 multiple choice questions.

  • You are allowed 90 minutes to complete each exam.

  • You are allowed to use your course notes during the exam.

  • Make sure you have a calculator, pen and scrap paper ready for calculations.

  • Your result will appear on the screen immediately after completing the exam.

  • After you have passed all 5 exams, we will post you a certificate of completion.

  • A pass mark of 65% is needed to pass each examination.


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