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Posted by Barb Gavitt, ITP, SILA-F ● April 22, 2016

Property & Casualty Prelicensing Study Plans

Insurance-Prelicensing-Roadmaps

A.D. Banker has developed free Property & Casualty Study Plans to help you stay on track during your studies and complete your education quickly so you can get your license and start growing your career. Scheduling your state exam before you start your study plan will help you pass your state exam on the first attempt. Your state exam should be scheduled one or two days after you plan to complete your studies. This will ensure you have the concepts fresh in your mind when you take your exam.

It's important to consider how much time you will have each day to dedicate to studying when deciding which study plan to follow. As a general rule, each line of insurance (Property, Casualty, etc.) should take you about 20 hours to complete. Depending on your study habits and learning style, it may take you more or less time to complete your course and understand the concepts for your exam.

Property & Casualty Study Plans

Topics: Personal Lines, Prelicensing, Property & Casualty, Study Tips

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