Study Materials for the Texas Insurance Exam

When choosing study materials for the Texas insurance licensing exam, there are a couple of things to remember:

  • A quality insurance study manual should consist of all the material covered on the Test Content Outline (TCO). Every insurance exam provider has a candidate handout available for anyone who is taking the insurance licensing exam. The exam provider also has a TCO that will divulge everything being tested on, which should be covered in your insurance manual. Study manuals are usually made up of two sections, a national section and state section. The national section will cover most basic insurance terminology and concepts, where the state manual is generally full of state rules and regulations specific to Texas. Important: Make sure that when studying for the insurance licensing exam, you have an UPDATED manual or set of manuals as the TCO changes often, especially in Texas. There is nothing more defeating than to have failed the insurance exam because the materials you studied were out-of-date.
  • Many self-study course materials are now using instructor-led reviews and lectures. Make sure you are able to connect with the instruction being offered with your study materials. Be sure to look at a demonstration of the course materials to make sure they make sense to you and are of high quality. Beware of study materials that do not show examples or demonstrations of their product. Purchasing inferior study materials is a waste of your time and money!
  • No set of study materials is complete without comprehensive review and study guide. We feel that half of studying for the insurance licensing exam is being prepared for the types of questions you are going to be asked on the actual exam. Now don’t get me wrong, no one has or should have the exact questions on the licensing exam, but providers should at least be able to provide questions in a similar format (ex., multiple choice) that test your insurance knowledge in the same manner it will be tested on the exam. Review questions and review exams are half of the teaching equation, without them you are significantly lowering your chances of passing the exam.
  • Another important thing to remember is that you will only get out of your study materials what you put into them. Read and follow the study guide completely. The providers who teach this material do so in the best way for you to pass the insurance licensing exam the first time!
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If you would like to see a sample video lecture of our Texas insurance exam study materials, please click here.

If you would like to know more about what is on the Texas insurance licensing exam, please click here.

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Elvira Ramos
3 years ago

Hello do you have the study material in a book for the state of Texas

America's Professor - DCM
America's Professor - DCM
3 years ago
Reply to  Elvira Ramos

Hello Elvira, Our online courses come with both a national and state specific book for Texas. However, the books have been designed to work with the online video lectures and online review questions. The video lecture is the heart and soul of our course. If you are planning to only use the book (no lecture) I would recommend finding a course who’s teaching focus is using the book only. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!

Carilyn L Hall
Carilyn L Hall
2 years ago

I’m interested in your Online studies, for the Texas Life and Health exam.

America's Professor - DCM
America's Professor - DCM
2 years ago
Reply to  Carilyn L Hall

Hello Carilyn, Here is a link to our Texas General Lines Life, Accident and Health course. Please let us know if you need anything else. Thanks and have a great day!

Jay
Jay
11 months ago

With regard to the Property/Casualty & Life material for the state of Texas. How many hours, in total, are the lecture based presentations for each type of exam respectively?

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America's Professor - DCM
11 months ago
Reply to  Jay

Hi Jay, Looking at the TX PC course and TX Life course, it look like lecture time is ~23 hours and ~16 hours respectively. You will probably have between 40-50 hours of total study time into the PC course and probably around 30 hours for the Life course. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Danette
Danette
6 months ago

How do I purchase the book that goes with the online materials? for Texas General Lines Life, Accident & Health Pre-Licensing Course

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America's Professor - DCM
6 months ago
Reply to  Danette

Hello Danette, If you purchase a Texas pre-license course it will come with the required books. Please let us know if you need anything else. 🙂