Arizona Insurance License Exam Prep

Congratulations on your decision to become insurance licensed or to add a line to your existing license. We want you to succeed, and we are here to answer your questions about taking and passing the insurance exam and getting licensed. Please visit our FAQ below, or contact us via phone, text, or email. To proceed, please select the exam you are preparing for.
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Study for Insurance Exam

Which insurance exam do I need to study for, take, and pass?

First, you must determine which license type you need:
  • Producer – someone who sells, solicits, negotiates, or services insurance policies or plans (most common license type)
  • Consultant (Utah) – someone who provides advice to an insurance customer for a fee (there are not many consultants compared to producers)
  • Broker (Arizona) – someone who provides advice to an insurance customer for a fee (there are not many brokers compared to producers)
  • Adjuster – someone who settles insurance claims; only independent and public adjusters are required to be licensed
Second, you must determine which line(s) of business you will be selling or servicing:
  • Property & Casualty – includes products such as auto, homeowners, umbrella, commercial, businessowners, and workers compensation insurance
  • Personal Lines – includes products such as personal auto, homeowners, and personal umbrella insurance
  • Life – includes products such as life insurance and annuities
  • Accident/Health – includes products such as major medical, disability, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and long-term care insurance

Which study options do you offer for exam prep?

Option #1
  • Online course, quizzes, and practice exam (60-day access)
  • Printed study guide and flashcards
  • Webinar instruction (number of hours varies depending on the exam)
Option #2
  • Online course, quizzes, and practice exam (60-day access)
  • Printed study guide and flashcards
Option #3
  • Online course, quizzes, and practice exam (60-day access)

How long does it take to study for the exam?

We recommend studying a minimum of 20 hours per line of insurance, spread out over a week or two. For example: if you are studying for the Property & Casualty Producer exam (two lines), that means a minimum of 40 hours; if you are studying for the Life Producer exam (one line), that means a minimum of 20 hours.

I am a manager; how can I monitor the exam study progress of my team member(s)?

Yes. Please contact us if you are a manager or trainer. We can set up a portal for you to monitor the study progress of your team members.

Take State Insurance Exam

How much does it cost to take the state insurance exam?

It depends on your state and which exam you are taking:
  • Utah – $32 for one line (for example, Life)
  • Utah – $44 for two lines (for example, P&C)
  • Arizona – $44 for one line (for example, Life)
  • Arizona – $56 for two lines (for example, P&C)
  • Idaho – $60 per line (for example, Life)

How do I get scheduled to take the state insurance exam?

Get Insurance License

How much does it cost to get my insurance license?

  • Utah – $28.25 for fingerprint submission fee (+ $6 Prometric processing fee); $75 for individual license fee
  • Arizona – $120 per license class (for the producer and adjuster license classes); regarding the fee for fingerprints, go to www.prometric.com/arizona/insurance and follow the instructions
  • Idaho – $70 for fingerprint processing fee; $80 for license application fee (regardless of the number of lines)

Once I pass the exam, how do I get fingerprinted?

Once I pass the exam, how do apply for my insurance license?

You can apply for your insurance license one of two ways:

Once I apply for my insurance license, how long does it take to receive it?

  • Utah – Please call the Utah Department of Insurance - (801) 957-9240
  • Arizona – Please call the Arizona Department of Insurance - (602) 364-3100
  • Idaho – Please call the Idaho Department of Insurance - (208) 334-4250