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Earn Your Illinois P&C Insurance License With Our IL Pre-Licensing Courses And Exam Prep Materials!Learn How To Become An Illinois P&C Insurance Agent!
If you have an insurance business in Illinois, or are starting one, you are probably considering applying for an Illinois property and casualty insurance license. Now is the perfect time to start preparing to pass the exam and get your license, and ABTrainingCenter.com is the place to start.What Does A Property And Casualty Agent Do?
A Property And Casualty (P&C) Insurance Agent sells policies on homes, apartments, vehicles, and other items that cover liability for property damage or injusries to visitors injured on your property. As a P&C Agent, you advise clients on what policies best suit their needs, tailor policies to fit their requirements, and help customers when they file a claim.Why Get A Property And Casualty Illinois Insurance License
When you are an insurance agent in Illinois servicing cities like Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Joliet, and Naperville, you don't want to limit yourself to offering just one kind of insurance policy. Insurance clients often look to a single broker for all their insurance needs, and those needs often involve property or casualty policies that cover their homes, autos, etc.
When you have your property and casualty insurance license, you will be able to provide this much-needed service to your Illinois community. Ideally, the relationship with your clients will be a long-term one, so you should stay current on your customers' needs, including adding or lowering coverage levels as people age or acquire more wealth and property.
How To Get Your Illinois Property And Casualty Insurance LicenseRequirements For An Illinois Property And Casualty License
1. Fulfill The Illinois Pre-License Education Requirements
The first step in getting a Illinois insurance license is taking a pre-license education course. For the Illinois P&C license, you must take the 40 hour pre-licensing course.
We offer property and casualty license training courses that fulfil applicalble prelicense education requirements. Courses are available in seminar and self-study formats. Our Illinois P&C exam prep materials materials are delivered in an easy-to-understand manner that provides important insights and valuable exam tips and strategies covering Illiois' rules and regulations for P&C insurance licensing. You receive:
- Both print and online tools that include a comprehensive textbook utilizing short, focused paragraphs with numerous graphics and exercises to help students learn faster and retain critical information
- A searchable FAQs database
- Exam Tips, Study Calendar, and hundreds of practice exam questions
- State Law Supplement that provides the most current state laws and regulations
- Videos that can be viewed anytime, anywhere, and as frequently as you like
- Instructor email access for help with any tough areas
Use our Illinois property and casualty exam prep materials to test yourself with practice questions and solutions, pinpoint problem areas by building customized exams based on difficulty, length, and topic of your choice, and create online personal notes and bookmarks for future reference.
2. Fill Out Your Illinois License Application And Schedule Your Exam
After completing your pre-license coursework, you should schedule time to take the insurance exam. You must pass your exam within one year of completing your pre-license education course. We have provided contact information for Illinois insurance licensing lower on this page.
Tip: Whether you take on in-person, online, or self-studay Illinois pre-licensing course, all come with many sample exam questions. We suggest you take as many of these sample exams as possible, so you might want to leave two weeks between when you pass your pre-licensing course and your exam date.
To start the process of earning your Illinois P&C Insurance license, simply choose your preferred pre-licensing course from the list below.
Recommended Illinois Property And Casualty Pre-License Insurance And Exam Prep Courses
When you choose to study for your Illinois property and casualty exam with exam prep courses from Agent Broker Training Center, you get the advantage of a solid but flexible structure for studying. We offer live seminars that also include the Illinois property and casualty exam prep materials so you can study your way to get the results you want.
To find Illinois P&C licensing courses, either click on a Recommended Course below, or select "Insurance - Property & Casualty" and your state from the "Licensing" section of the search box below. Good luck passing your Illinois Property And Casualty insurance licensing exam!
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Illinois Property And Casualty Licensing RequirementsIllinois Property And Casualty Pre-License Requirements For Resident Agents
Illinois has clear state requirements when it comes to pre-licensing before you can apply for a property and casualty license. Specifically, you must have 20 hours of pre-licensing education, 7.5 of them in a classroom setting, for each line or double that if you are seeking a combined property and casualty license.
Once you have completed your pre-licensing education course, you will need to earn certification by passing a pre-licensing exam in class. This will require you to score 70% or more correct. When you pass your pre-licensing exam you will get a Certificate of Completion and be eligible to register for the actual licensing exam through Pearson VUE. Be prepared to pay a $103 examination fee.Illinois Property And Casualty Exam Requirements
When you register for the state exam, you will receive a location, date and time for your exam. Be sure to bring your certificate of completion for the pre-licensing course, or you will not be allowed to sit for the exam. You also will need to have a primary government-issued photo I.D. as well as a secondary I.D.
The property examination is a 135-minute multiple-choice exam with 97 total questions (17 pre-test questions and 80 scored questions). The casualty examination is a 104-question exam (17 pre-tests, 87 scored) that also has a 135-minute time limit. Once again, 70% is a passing score.
Whether you do separate lines or the combined exam, you will get a score report that will tell you whether you have passed or failed after completing the test. If you pass, visit the National Insurance Producer Registry website to initiate your license application.Illinois P&C License Courses With Agent Broker Training Center
If you are concerned about meeting your hours and classroom pre-licensing requirements, you've come to the right place. Our in-person seminars provide the amount of classroom and full hours you need to meet your pre-licensing requirements for Illinois property and casualty insurance. These courses also provide you with everything you need to know to pass the licensing exam. Note that you will have to complete 25 hours of pre-course study before the live seminar (12.5 hours if you are only taking a single line study course).
Contact Info: Illinois Property And Casualty License Requirements
To help with your examination scheduling, we have provided below information on Illinois licensing requirements, its insurance department, and examination scheduling facilities.Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Division of InsuranceAddress: Producer Licensing Unit | 320 W. Washington Street | Springfield, Illinois 62767
Website: http://insurance.illinois.gov/producer/producermain.htmlExamination SchedulingProvider: Pearson VUE
Good luck passing your Illinois Property And Casualty insurance licensing exam!
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This information is based on state laws and regulations, and is subject to change. ABTrainingCenter makes every effort to make sure this information is current and accurate, however, ABTrainingCenter is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein.