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Wisconsin Life and Health License

How To Earn A Wisconsin Life and Health License

To earn a Wisconsin life and health insurance license, you need to complete exam training and specific pre-licensing requirements. At, we offer in-person classes, self-study training and online courses so you can meet Wisconsin's pre-licensing requirements.

What Does A Wisconsin Life And Health Agent Do?

A Life And Health (L&H) Insurance Agent (in some states, also known as "Life, Health, And Accident) sells Life, Disability, Long Term Care, Medicare, and other policies to groups and individuals. As a Life & Health Agent, you advise clients on what policies best suit their needs, tailor policies to fit their requirements, and help customers when they have questions or file a claim. 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 or have changing needs.

Wisconsin Life and Health Insurance Pre-Licensing Courses

We offer WI Life & Health Insurance Exam Prep via live, in-person classroom training, online courses, and self-study materials. Click the applicable links below for details:

Recommended Wisconsin Life & Health Insurance Licensing Courses, Study Guides, And Exam Prep Materials

AB Training Center provides the required Wisconsin Life and Health insurance training classes, study guides, and exam prep materials needed to obtain your Wisconsin Life & Health Insurance license. Simply select one of the combined licensing courses (meaning both Life AND Health) above or search below for one of our single line licensing courses (meaning Life OR Health). Good luck earning your Wisconsin Life & Health insurance license.

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You must take your state-required pre-licensing course, then pass your state's licensing exam. After passing your exam, you typically must meet any basic state requirements such as a minimum age, passing a background check, etc.
You must take your state-required pre-licensing course and pass your state's licensing exam. There also are base requirements such as a minimum age, passing a background check, etc.
Pros include flexible work schedules, high incomes via commissions, and helping your neighbors. Cons include low pay if you don't produce, pressure of working in a sales position.
The Life and Health insurance exam encompasses the fundamentals of the various types of life insurance products, such as whole life, term life, universal life and annuities, as well as health insurance offerings such as PPOs, HMOs and Major Medical. You'll need to understand all the policy components, such as riders, exclusions, amendments and provisions and how they apply to real-world scenarios. Most states also include questions regarding state-specific insurance regulations as well as the ethics of selling insurance products to ensure that agents meet the clients' needs.
We offer online and Instructor-led courses for taking your state's required pre-licensing course and earning your Wisconsin insurance license.
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How To Get Your Life & Health Insurance License In Wisconsin

Step 1. Step 1. Purchase Your Pre-License Education Course
Before attempting to take the insurance license exam you'll need to be sure you're well prepared. Since Wisconsin requires pre-licensing before you can sit for the state exam it is not something to take lightly.

What we have found is that the majority of the non-pass attempts are people who come to the exam having studied for the bare minimum number of hours. Once they take the exam and realize that most of the questions can't be answered with common knowledge, they go back and have to put in more study time, then go back a second time and pass.

Since we want you to pass the first time you take the exam, we recommend that you take your studies seriously before attempting the test. Insurance license exam fees aren't cheap, so save yourself some time and money by doing it right the first time.

Step 2. Take Multiple Insurance License Sample Practice Exams
The next step after completing all of your pre-license coursework or self-study is to take the insurance exam. You will take one exam for each line of insurance you wish to carry. To ensure you pass your exam to become a licensed Wisconsin Insurance Agent, your best approach is to take as many practice exams as possible.

With the sample practice questions that come with our Wisconsin pre-licening courses, you will be able to build customized exams based on difficulty, length, and topic of your choice, as well as create online personal notes and bookmarks.

Contact Info For Your Wisconsin Life & Health Insurance Licensing Exam

Life And Health Pre-Licensing Requirements For Wisconsin Resident Agents

You must complete 24 hours of pre-licensing education (12 hours for Life Only or Health Only) prior to sitting for the Wisconsin life and health insurance exam. Enroll in your pre-licensing course from the list above. After completing the course, you will receive a certificate of completion, which allows you to schedule the state exam. Contact Prometric to find a testing center near you. It is suggested that you register at least 4-5 business days in advance.

About The Wisconsin Life And Health Insurance Exam

Once you schedule your exam, you need to get fingerprinted for a background check. Make sure you bring your certificate of pre-licensing completion and two government-issued, current forms of I.D., including a photo I.D. like a passport or driver's license, to the testing center on the day of your exam.

You have two Wisconsin exam options: Life Insurance and Accident and Health Insurance. Each computer-administered exam is 105 multiple-choice questions (5 of which are pre-test) with a two-hour time limit. You will learn as soon as you finish if you achieved the 70 percent correct score required to pass. If you do, congratulations! Wait 2-3 days for the results to appear in the Wisconsin Department of Insurance system, then go to NIPR to complete your application online.

Contact Info For Your Wisconsin Life & Health Insurance Licensing Exam

To help with your examination scheduling, we have provided below information on Wisconsin licensing requirements, its insurance department, and examination scheduling facilities.

Wisconsin Insurance Adjuster LicenseWisconsin Office of Commissioner of Insurance - Agent Licensing Section
Address: P.O. Box 7872 | Madison, WI 53707-7872
Phone: 608.266.8699
Fax: 608.267.9451

Examination Scheduling
Provider: Prometric
Phone: 1.866.664.9505

Good luck passing your WI Life & Health 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.
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