Get our insurance pre-license bundles for one low price. They are compiled specifically for future insurance professionals in Washington DC. As always, check with your state agency to make sure your selected program meets all local requirements.
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Is there a pre-license education requirement?
Yes, potential licensees must complete pre-license education.
How many pre-license education credits are required?
Property & Casualty = 40 Hours Life & Health or Accident = 40 Hours
What training methods are allowed?
Classroom / Online – Self Study
What is the pre-license education completion procedure?
Applicants will submit a certificate of completion of 40 hours of pre-licenseing to Promissor along with a license application and fees in order to take the District of Columbia examination.
What fees are associated with initial licensure?
Exam Fees: $75
What is the license examination procedure?
Licensees, following completion of pre-licensing, will schedule a licensing examination with Promissor four days in advance.
Who should I contact for examination/scheduling questions?
8201 Corporate Drive, Suite 400
Landover, MD 20785
Phone: (800) 274-0610
Who may I contact regarding licensing questions?
Department of Insurance and Securities Banking
810 – 1st Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 727-8000