Requirements are determined and managed by the insurance commissioner. Please visit their site in order to determine how many hours, timeline and also to check the number of hours submitted on your behalf, to date.
Annually. You will find deadlines, fees and forms on the insurance commissioner website.
You have up to year to take the test upon completion of the pre-licensing course; however we recommend taking it within 45 days of completing the class for best results. Visit the Pearson Vue website to schedule your test.
Insurance is highly regulated and that includes the process to obtain a license. The State of Georgia requires candidates to attend a 40 hour pre licensing course prior to taking the exam. As such, if you miss a class you will have to make up that time before being presented with a Certificate of Completion. Time may be made up in a subsequent course offering or during a crash review course. NOTE: If you are preparing to take a test in a state which does not have an education requirement, then making up missed class time is at your discretion.
Due to the ongoing risk of COVID-19, State Insurance Training will offer courses online for the foreseeable future. We are monitoring developments and will make decisions based upon data and recommendations born from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization.
No. It is not required; but recommended as both a study tool and future reference guide.
It is basically an online practice exam. It is not required. Some students prefer it as a final test prep tool prior to taking the actual exam. Please note that during the course we will provide you with quizzes, a mid term and final exam in order to monitor your progress.
This varies from state to state. Please review the Commissioner's website for your resident licence state . For Georgia, you can find the Continuing Education requirements here.