where can I find a copy of the state test for prop.and causality lisenceing
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Insurance Question from Downers Grove, IL
Asked on 09/26/2011
where can I find a copy of the state test for prop.and causality lisenceing need a lisense for new job and must have a state causality and property lisense where do I get info on what to study for
Answer given on September 26, 2011
You are not going to be able to find a copy of the state licensing test online or in a book or library. Usually you are expected to take classes to learn the laws and rules of insurance. Sometimes your employer will pay for the classes, and sometimes they want you to be licensed before they will hire you.You can contact the Dept of Insurance in your state to learn about where classes are available and their costs. The classes usually take a few weeks to complete and you will be given training on insurance contracts and the laws of the state. Sometimes there are some questions from earlier tests available to review, but not likely a complete test. The Dept of Insurance will often change the tests so no one can get copies of tests.Contact the insurance company or agency that you want to work for and get their assistance in the classes and training.
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