New York Property Casualty Online Courses Now Meet State Requirements
Until recently, the New York statute required property and casualty producer licensing candidates to complete a 90-hour course and personal lines candidates to complete a 40-hour course in a traditional classroom setting.
How do I get a New York Property and Casualty insurance license?
To become licensed as a New York property and casualty insurance producer, you will need to demonstrate entry-level knowledge of the industry by passing a state licensing exam. The testable topics include homeowners and dwelling policies, personal auto insurance, inland marine insurance, watercraft coverage, the National Flood Insurance Program, umbrella coverage, commercial property insurance, commercial general liability, business owner's policies, farm insurance, commercial auto, crime, surety, and workers’ compensation. You will also be tested on general insurance concepts, insurance contract terminology, covered perils, the policy structure, conditions, exclusions, endorsements, and New York state-specific regulations.
How do I pass the New York Property and Casualty insurance exam?
Follow these simple steps to pass your state exam!
New York has a prelicensing education and certification requirement. All license applicants must complete an approved program of study. Completing the comprehensive A.D. Banker online prelicensing course will provide you with the tools necessary to successfully pass the state licensing exam.
Register for the state exam through New York’s exam vendor, PSI
When preparing for your state exam, it is recommended that you schedule your exam in advance and study toward your exam date. The exam testing vendor in conjunction with the New York State DFS publishes an examination content outline. This outline provides a breakdown of the testable topics along with the number of questions for each area of concentration.
The course will provide the general product and state specific information needed to pass the state exam. Since this program is self-paced, it is important to outline your study plan so you can stay on track and pass the first time!
PASS your state exam with confidence!
To prepare for exam day, make sure you have the correct address and directions to the test center and plan to arrive early in case you run into any unexpected delays.
On exam day, familiarize yourself with the test center rules and procedures. Ask for ear plugs if you are easily distracted and take time to go through the testing demo to calm your nerves. Remember, don’t change any answers unless you are 100% sure of the correct answer.