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Montana (MT) Insurance Exam Prep Courses

Get your Montana insurance license using an America’s Professor online training course. Our comprehensive video lectures, review questions and study guide will help you learn, and retain, the material needed to pass your Montana Insurance Adjuster license exam, Montana Property and Casualty license exam, or other Montana insurance license exams the first time!

Start your path to success today! Please take a look at our Montana Insurance Pre-Licensing Courses below for Property, Casualty, Life and Health:


Package Course

Montana PC + LH Pre-Licensing Course Package: Combo

Average 4.95 out of 5 stars
Average 4.91 out of 5 stars
$528.50 $558.00
  • Combo Course Discount
  • Montana Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing Course (includes Surety)
  • Montana Life & Health Pre-Licensing Course
Combo Course
  • Includes Surety exam information
Combo Course
  • Test prep for the Montana Multi-Line Adjuster Exam (Pearson VUE Exam #24)
  • Test prep for the Montana Public Adjuster Exam (Pearson VUE Exam #17)

Montana Property Pre-Licensing Course

Average 5 out of 5 stars

Montana Casualty Pre-Licensing Course

Average 5 out of 5 stars
  • Includes Surety exam information (Montana Bail Bondsman)
Combo Course

Montana Life & Health Pre-Licensing Course

Average 4.91 out of 5 stars

Montana Life Pre-Licensing Course

Average 5 out of 5 stars
  • Required license to sell GAP Insurance or Credit Life & Disability Products

Student Feedback


March 3, 2017 -

Everything was great and easy to follow. Just wish the state section was broken up a little bit more instead of a straight 3 hour section. This was the part I struggled on the actual exam, after getting a high score on the practice exam section.

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September 19, 2016 -

Good course, but please, please, please stop telling people NOT to read the book. Reading the chapters is required, as some of the questions in the review areas are not covered in the lectures alone (Chapter 13 is a good example). Reading of the material is also required for a complete understanding of the subject matter.

AP RESPONSE: Thanks for the suggestion Darla. We want to make sure that students complete the video lectures at a bare minimum as they highlight the crucial information students need to know. By all means read the book for further clarification. We see student’s first-time pass rate significantly drop if they do not watch the video and only focus on reading the book. In the event we see a new material popping up on the exam we will add it to the chapter review (before re-filming) so at a bare minimum you are aware of it. Thanks and have a great day!

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April 16, 2012 -

I found that this was a good online course for completing C&P and surety.

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November 23, 2010 -

Never felt disengaged, the quizzes and reviews were great.

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September 29, 2010 -

The course is very easy to navigate through. It is a great value for the price. I was fully engaged as a learner with this course.

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July 7, 2010 -

Overall the course had good point in regard to the test, I am a person that takes a while and a lot of studying to absorb the information. I like that you can go back as many times as you want to review the test tips and highlight the most important parts.

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June 26, 2010 -

Telephone support was quick and complete and the course was very beneficial to preparing for the exam content.

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April 26, 2010 -

Very good course and I really understood the material more after listening to the online info compared to just reading it. Jack’s presentation just made me understand and remember the material better.

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October 12, 2009 -

Great course! I just wish you also had a course for series 6 and 63 securities.

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How to Pass the Montana Insurance License Exam

Insurance licensing exams are challenging. Whether you’re going for your P&C license or your Life & Health license in Montana, you need to understand the complex insurance concepts and terminology you’ll see on your exam.

There are no shortcuts. Don’t rely on practice quizzes you find online. These tools simply don’t provide the foundational knowledge you need to pass the exam.

Enrolling in a comprehensive pre-licensing course is the best way to prepare.

Below we answer some of the most common questions people have about the Montana insurance licensing exam and explain how to give yourself the best chance of passing on the first try.

Is the Montana insurance exam hard?

Every exam is challenging in its own way.

Both the Property & Casualty exam and the Life & Health exam will challenge you with questions about the different types of insurance policies, how they work, what they cover, and how they are regulated at the state and federal levels.

In general, students report that the Health portion of the Montana Life & Health exam is more difficult. This is because health insurance policies tend to be more complicated than life insurance.

Similarly, students report that the Casualty portion of the Property & Casualty exam is more challenging since it deals with more conceptual topics like liability insurance. Property insurance deals with issues like fire, floods, and earthquakes, which are generally easier to understand.

How many questions are on the Montana insurance exam?

The number of questions varies for each exam.

  • The Montana Life exam has a total of 103 questions (86 scorable questions plus 17 “pretest” questions that don’t count toward your score).
  • The Montana Accident & Health exam has a total of 110 questions (92 scorable questions plus 18 “pretest” questions that don’t count toward your score).
  • The Montana Property exam has a total of 99 questions (82 scorable questions plus 17 “pretest” questions that don’t count toward your score).
  • The Montana Casualty exam has a total of 105 questions (87 scorable questions plus 18 non-scorable “pretest” questions).

See the test content outlines for more information about the number of questions on each exam.

What score do I need to pass?

In Montana, you need a score of 75 to pass each exam. This is higher than in other states, many of which only require a passing score of 70.

The exams are divided into two sections: a state-specific section and a national section. The state-specific portion is much more granular and deals with trivial state laws and regulations, while the national portion is more general (and usually easier).

The Montana Insurance Department requires test takers to pass the national exam and the state exam at the same time, so if you fail one you must retake both exams.

Also be aware that you need a score of 75 on both sections of the Montana exam to pass—the scores are not averaged together.

Your exam will be scored on the spot, so you will know right away whether you passed. But you will not be told which questions you got right or wrong.

If you don’t pass on your first try, you can sign up to take the test again after a mandatory waiting period—usually 1-3 days.

Can I take the exam online?

Yes, you can take a proctored exam online through Pearson VUE (the company that administers the exams). “Proctored” means someone monitors you through your computer’s webcam while you take the exam. Learn more here.

You can also take the exam in person at one of several testing locations in Montana. Currently, there are testing centers in Billings, Helena, Missoula, and Spokane Valley (WA).

How should I study for the exam?

The best way to study for the exam is to spend an entire week studying, just like you would with an in-person exam prep course. If this isn’t possible because you work or go to school, create a strict study schedule, and stick to it.

You should plan to spend 35-40 hours studying. This is how much time it takes for the average student to really absorb the material.

Aim for 3-4 hours of study time per day/night for at least two weeks before your exam. Study right up until the day of the exam to keep the information fresh in your mind.

Why take a course through America’s Professor?

Don’t settle for low-quality study guides or practice quizzes you find online. Instead, enroll in a comprehensive pre-licensing course through a reputable provider, like America’s Professor.

Our affordable online courses are taught by award-winning professor Dr. Jack Morton, who uses real-world examples and stories to keep you engaged and help you make sense of complex insurance concepts.

Each America’s Professor course gives you access to streaming video lessons that are accessible 24/7. You’ll also get a comprehensive hardcopy textbook to complement the online material along with plenty of practice quizzes—all backed by our outstanding customer support.

Hear what our students are saying about our courses and enroll in an exam prep course today!