Georgia Exam for Property and CasualtyPre-Courses for Property and Casualty Exam
When it comes to the Property and Casualty exam for Georgia, CPMI is the one place that has you covered from start to finish. Whether you are jumping into a new career or simply renewing your license, CPMI offers courses and programs to teach all the necessary knowledge to pass the state exam and be successful through the duration of your career in the insurance industry. When you choose CPMI, we will help you to complete all of the requirements set in place here in Georgia for you to take the state Property and Casualty exam. Our courses have been specifically designed by experts from the industry to work with students and prepare you for the exam, and over the past twenty years CPMI has helped thousands of students to achieve above average test scores and move onto great careers in the insurance industry. CPMI is more than qualified to be your approved pre-licensing education course provider and has the goal of teaching you everything you need to know, that is why we offer our money-back guarantee--to allow you to focus on the course material instead of stress out about the test. If you are ready to start studying, click on the course link at the top of this page and join one of our courses.
CPMI is able to be very flexible to your busy schedule by using self-study programs so you can work toward your new career at the time best for you. We have online video and audio courses that go over general knowledge for the Property and Casualty field. Working from the convenience of your own home or office, you will be able to contact our staff with any questions or confusion by a quick phone call. Georgia State requires that you pass an approved pre-licensing education course with at least a score of seventy percent before continuing on to the Property and Casualty exam. Acceptable courses in Georgia include online, textbook, and classroom courses. The money-back guarantee that CPMI offers says that we will give you your money back if you are not successful on your first attempt on the Property and Casualty exam.