The fee for the Series 65, Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination, is being increased to $155 from $135 effective June 1, the North American Securities Administrators Association announced Wednesday.

In addition, the charge for the Series 63, Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination, and a state law test for broker-dealer representatives will rise to $115 from $96 on the same date.

The cost of the Series 66 test will go to $145 from $128.

Passing the Series 66, the Uniform Combined State Law Examination, qualifies an individual as if he or she had passed both the Series 63 and Series 65. However, to register as an investment advisor representative based on the Series 66, an individual must also have passed the Finra Series 7 exam and the exam must be valid (i.e., not expired), NASAA spokesperson Bob Webster explained.