Georgia Limited SubAgent Insurance Courses
Get your Georgia Limited SubAgent insurance license using an America’s Professor online training course.
Start your path to success today! Please take a look at our Approved Georgia SubAgent Insurance Pre-Licensing Courses below for Property, Casualty, Life and Health:
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Our goal is for your educational experience to be a positive one! If you are dissatisfied with your course, please let us know as soon as possible. We will make it right. If you start the course and realize it’s just not for you, let us know and return the materials and we will provide a full refund. Refunds are not available after the course certificate of completion has been issued.
If you are unable to pass the exam within your course subscription time, please give us a call at 1-800-870-3130 and we will extend your subscription for free until you pass.
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Company Specific Courses
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How To Pass
Both Georgia adjuster licensing exams (Adjuster and Public Adjuster) have a total of 100 questions. There are two parts to the exam: a national section that covers general information, and a state-specific section that deals with laws and regulations in Georgia. You need a score of 70 to pass.
The information on the exams is challenging, and the material covered is not common knowledge. Following AP’s course study guide (included with each course) will give you the best chances of passing your exam on the first try.
Here is what AP recommends, based on our decades of experience:
- Watch all course lectures in order while highlighting and taking notes on our instructor’s key points to remember. Replay any videos you didn’t understand.
- Understand the content well enough to score at least 90% on chapter quizzes. Your first attempt at a quiz will tell you how well you are comprehending the materials.
- Take your state exam as soon as possible after completing the course. The longer you wait, the more you will forget.
- Check for course updates before testing.
ASK questions if you have them!
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