Texas (TX) Insurance Exam Prep Courses
Get your Texas 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 Texas insurance license exam the first time!
Start your path to success today! Please take a look at our Texas Insurance Pre-Licensing Courses below for Property, Casualty, Life and Health:
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How to Pass Your Insurance License Exam in Texas
Texas is experiencing a major population boom. People are moving to the Lone Star State from all over the country to find better job opportunities, affordable housing, and greater quality of life.
More Texans than ever need insurance products to protect their health, homes, cars, and families. This is great news for insurance agents and adjusters. There’s never been a better time to start a career in the lucrative insurance industry!
Keep reading to learn more about how to get your insurance license in Texas.
Insurance Exam Prep Courses
To sell insurance products in Texas, you need to be licensed. To get your license, you need to pass the insurance licensing exam.
Texas doesn’t require licensing candidates to complete pre-licensing education. But the Texas insurance license exam questions are challenging, and insurance is full of tricky concepts and unfamiliar terminology.
To give yourself the best chances of passing on the first try, enroll in an exam prep course through a reputable provider, like America’s Professor.
We offer the best insurance pre-licensing study solutions in the industry. America’s Professor has helped thousands of students prepare for their insurance licensing exam, and 95% of our students pass the test on the first try!
Our pre-licensing courses are designed for every learning style, whether you’re a visual learner or an auditory learner. We make it easy to understand and digest the material, and our expert presenter uses entertaining stories and relatable examples to help you make sense of complex insurance terminology and concepts.
America’s Professor offers a range of exam prep options in Texas, including single line, combo, and package courses.
How Many Questions Are on the Texas Insurance Exam?
The number of questions varies for each exam.
For example, the Texas Life exam has a total of 100 questions (85 questions plus 15 “pretest” questions, which do not count toward your score).
The Texas General Lines Property and Casualty exam has 150 questions (125 scorable questions plus 25 non-scorable pretest questions).
See the Texas test content outlines for more information about the number of questions on each exam.
What Score Do I Need to Pass?
The passing score is 70 for all Texas insurance exams.
Each exam has two parts—a “national” insurance section and a “state rules” section. While some states score each section separately, Texas mixes the scores together. This gives you an advantage since you only need a single score of 70 to pass.
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.
There are testing centers all over Texas, from Amarillo to Dallas-Fort Worth to Corpus Christi. You can also take a proctored exam online at home. “Proctored” means someone monitors you through your computer’s webcam while you take the exam. Learn more here.
How to Study
You should set aside 35-40 hours to study for the exam. If possible, spend a full week studying, just as you would with an in-person exam prep class. If that’s not possible because you work or go to school, it’s still important to create a study schedule and stick to it.
Aim for at least 3-4 hours of study time each night for the two-week period before your exam date. Study right up until the day of the exam to keep the information fresh in your mind.
Don’t settle for low-quality “study guides” or practice quizzes online. These shortcuts simply do not provide all the information you need to pass. Instead, enroll in a comprehensive pre-licensing course through a reputable provider like America’s Professor.
Look for a course that:
- Accommodates all learning styles – Look for a course that offers a combination of video lectures, practice quizzes, and a hardcopy textbook. This way you can study in the way that works best for you, at your pace, and on your schedule.
- Offers responsive customer service – When you have questions or concerns, you need to be able to call or email for help. Look for a company with a dedicated customer support team. Ask how quickly they respond to voice messages and emails.
- Has great reviews – Reading customer reviews is one of the best ways to get candid information about a company. Look for reviews that talk about the company’s customer service, pass rates, and how well they support students.
- Is committed to your success – Look for a company that has been in business for many years or decades—one that prioritizes the customer experience and is dedicated to helping students do their best.
Ready to enroll in a Texas insurance licensing course? Check out the comprehensive exam prep courses offered by America’s Professor.
The video quality hurt my eyes. it defaults to 360p after every video and even the 480p was blurry in full screen mode. People thought that I had pink eye from the eye strain I got. Other than that everything was good, I got a B on the exam.
AP RESPONSE: Hi Jay, the video changes from HD to pretty grainy based on internet quality and your device’s streaming ability. Please let us know if you are still having problems and we can look into it. Congrats on passing your exam!