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Please also check our frequently asked questions about the Kansas Insurance Licensing Exam.
How to Pass Your Kansas Insurance Exam
There are simply no shortcuts to preparing for your insurance licensing exam—you must know the material.
America’s Professor makes it easier to pass on your first try.
Our comprehensive pre-licensing courses include a well-designed, easy-to-use textbook and better-than-live video lectures featuring Professor Jack Morton, a business law professor who has been teaching insurance exam prep courses for 30 years.
Professor Morton uses humorous stories and straightforward examples to help you understand and remember the material come test day. It’s this engaging approach to teaching that has made America’s Professor a leader in insurance exam prep—a fact that is reflected in reviews and testimonials from our students.
Whether you need a property and casualty insurance license to work in customer service at an insurance company or you want to obtain a life insurance license to expand your insurance sales career, here are the basic steps to getting licensed:
- Prepare: While the Kansas Insurance Department doesn’t require you to complete a pre-licensing course before taking the insurance exam, taking an insurance exam prep course will greatly improve your chances of passing, and, more importantly, passing the first time. America’s Professor courses include 24/7 access to engaging video lectures, a comprehensive hard copy textbook with free shipping, sample questions and practice exams, first-class customer service, and free extensions until you pass.
- Pass: Like all 50 states, Kansas requires you to be licensed to sell insurance or even discuss insurance transactions. Whether you want to sell or discuss life insurance, health insurance, auto insurance, homeowner’s insurance, accident insurance, or another product, you must be licensed. Each state, including Kansas, has its own laws regarding insurance—this is why there is both a “state rules” section and a “national” section on the insurance licensing exam. America’s Professor will help you prepare for both.
- Apply: Once you’ve passed your exam, you can formally apply for your insurance license and begin selling or discussing insurance!
Exams & Scoring
You will need a score of 70 on both parts of the exam—the national section and the state section—to pass. The two scores are not averaged. Exams are scored on-site, so you will know right away whether you passed, but you will not be given information on which particular questions you got right or wrong.
America’s Professor has compiled helpful information for Kansas test takers about the kinds of questions that appear on the exam, which tests are toughest, how the exams are administered, testing center locations, and much more. The charts below outline available exams in Kansas and exam fees.
Exam Registration, Testing Centers, Fees and Fingerprinting
- Exam Registration: In Kansas, Pearson Vue is the company that administers the insurance licensing exams. Call 1-888-204-6255 to register at least 3 days in advance of the date you want to take the exam to help ensure you get the test date of your choice.
- Testing Centers: There are several testing centers throughout Kansas. If you live near a state border, you may be able to take your exam in a neighboring state’s testing center. Find a test center near you here.
- Licensing Application Fees: The Kansas Insurance Department charges a $30 license fee for most license types, and licenses must be renewed annually.
- Fingerprinting: Kansas does not have a fingerprinting requirement, but, the licensing application will present several questions about your background. If you answer these questions affirmatively, an additional process will be necessary.
Enroll in a comprehensive insurance exam prep course through America’s Professor today and be on your way to launching or expanding your career in the lucrative insurance industry!