Frequency Asked Questions
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Typically students will have around 25-30 hours of study time into a combo course (Property and Casualty OR Life and Health) watching videos, taking quizzes and general studying. Our hope is that you can get through the course within a week or two and test immediately.
Many of our students have full-time jobs and complete their course during the evenings and weekends. If you take an extended break (more than a week) in the middle of the course, we recommend you start over with the video lectures as reviewing quiz questions isn’t enough to regain the material you will undoubtedly forget. If you run out of time in your course we offer a 30 day extension at an affordable rate.
$ 43.00 each time you take the exam.
Identi-GO, Our Identi-Go code is listed on our website and the cost is $39.00.
No you don’t need a college degree nor a G.E.D
No Texas is not a Certificate State which means you do not need Pre-Licensing hours before taking the State Exam. However, it is highly recommended.
No, you cannot apply for your license until you have successfully passed the State Insurance Exam.
Yes, you can have more than one insurance license.
You will need to contact the Texas Department of Insurance to ask that question. It is handled on a case-by-case basis.
You will need your Property & Casualty Insurance License.
You will need your Life & Health Insurance License.
You will need your All-Lines Adjuster Insurance License.
a. Live Webinar: You will be watching a live class with a live instructor via zoom webinar. You will be able to hear the instructor and the questions asked by the students. In addition, you will have the capability to ask your own questions during the Live webinar.
b. In-Person Classroom: You will attend an in-classroom course where you will be able to interact with the instructor and other students in a classroom setting. You will be provided a book on the first day of class.
No, you will need to schedule for the State Insurance Exam through www.pearsonvue.com
The department of Insurance does not require and has not created any such certificate.
No, our classes are currently only offered in English.
It will be the General Lines exam for either Property & Casualty or Life & Health.