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Pass Connecticut's Insurance Licensing Test on the First Try with CPMI's Insurance Prelicensing Courses - Or Your Money Back!

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Connecticut Insurance Licensing Exam

Insurance professionals worked closely with CPMI to develop a number of pre-license education courses, specifically designed to prepare you for the Connecticut Insurance Licensing Exam. Take advantage of our instructors, review videos, practice tests, and supplementary learning materials to pass your licensing exam on the first try.

Hundreds of test questions. Hours of audio. Our Exam Advantage package gives you the resources you need to succeed. Learn key concepts and ideas at your own pace so that when you sit down to take the real test, you know you have the skills and knowledge to get your insurance license on your first attempt.

Connecticut requires all insurance agents to pass an approved pre-license education course, pass a licensing exam, and be at least 18 years old.
CPMI materials and courses are designed by industry experts to help you obtain your license. All of our pre-licensing education courses are recognized by the Connecticut Insurance Department, meaning that passing our course fulfills one of the licensing requirements. We will also help you pass the exam with our online programs, live online classes, practice exams, and supplementary learning materials. If you don’t pass on the first try, we give you your money back. Guaranteed.

Connecticut also requires insurance agents to have a license for each type of insurance they sell. Already certified in Property and Casualty but want to branch out into a new line of authority? Our program is right for you.

If you are an agent or manager who deals with agent licensing regularly, contact us to learn more about volume discounts.

Here’s a checklist of things to do before getting licensed in Connecticut:

  • You must pass an approved pre-licensing education course (like ours!).
    • Online, textbook, or classroom courses are acceptable.
    • 20 hours of study required per line.
  • Take and pass the licensing exam for each line of authority you are seeking to be licensed in.

We will provide you with a course completion certificate that you will bring with you to the Prometric testing facility. Need to pass in a different state? For details about specific insurance licensing requirements for each state, visit the National Insurance Producer Registry.

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