Professor Jack is an awesome instructor. He actually makes the class interesting with his family examples etc. I am not a good test taker at all and he gets you ready for this exam. I felt that this money was well spent and could do it in the comfort of my home. KUDOS professor Jack!!
Please let Jack know, I appreciate the encouraging words throughout the course. They came right during times when I felt like throwing in the towel!
The last gesture at the end of course was a thumbs up, right back at all of you! Thanks to Jack, the wife Nancy, hilarious “Cousin Eddie”, you and “the phone voice of patience” behind the scenes, Devon, I am on my way to a life changing experience with my “new career”. You are simply “THE BEST!””
I passed on my first attempt yesterday for the Washington Property Casualty Exam and it was definitely in part to the self study course I took with America’s Professor. This has provided me a new opportunity with my career and I want to say thank you for your help in me achieving this goal. The course was fantastic and I will make sure to recommend it to anyone I can. The testing site coordinator was very impressed with my scores so I even made sure to tell them I took an America’s Professor course!
I used Americas Professor for L&H and P&C. I passed all of my exams on the first try and felt as if I really understood the information vs. just memorizing it for an exam. Morton’s examples were entertaining and really helped me grasp the concepts. Thank you so much for this great course!
I PASSED!! Thank you so much for the course. I took the license exam in Georgia and it was very similar to the test questions in the course. There was only 1 question I didn’t recognize but hey, I’ll take that!! I only wish they had given me my score because I think I did really well… I am already waiting on contracts from several Insurance Companies that I will begin working with and I owe it to your fabulous people associated with America’s Professor. I hope to meet Professor Morton and NANCY one day!!
I passed after finishing your course with 13 days left. I studied at night and on the weekends while working full time. The course was broken up enough to do a lot at once or just to listen to a few lectures at a time. The practice tests were extremely helpful. Taking them a couple of times each and then studying them right before the exam was key to my success. Thank you for being so professional.
I loved the class!!!!! It was very easy to follow, very in depth. However, not overwhelming which created a relaxed and conducive learning environment. I didn’t think I would be able to complete the class in the allotted time. Turns out, I finished seven days prior to my expiration having started 3 weeks after receipt of the material, I felt that engaged by the presentation. I took my state exam today and passed on the first attempt!!!!!! I am so excited about that! The class test/quizzes were in the same format as the national test question format. That was so helpful. I was comfortable taking the test because I was familiar with the format. I would recommend this program to anyone who is serious about obtaining their license and have a distinct advantage in passing the test on the first attempt!
This course was absolutely incredible. I would definitely recommend anyone who have decided to take an insurance course online. It is reasonable and the professor is very understandable.
I took the WA state Property & Casualty test on Saturday and scored a 93% on both national and state tests! Professor Morton’s video lectures were the perfect format to learn the material. I really appreciated that I could stop and replay any time I wanted. I also found that Professor Morton had a clever way of explaining the material that made me remember it. I would highly recommend your program to anyone who asks. Thank you!
Please pass on to Jack my appreciation for his great course. I passed with a 91% on the state and a 86% on the national exam. His teaching style and concept approach was fantastic. This is a big complement coming from a life long dyslexic who typically barely passed most academic tests. Thanks!