General Lines Exam Review
The General Lines Exam Review is a comprehensive review of all the insurance concepts, policies, and Florida Law and Regulations necessary to easily pass the state insurance exam for the 2-20 License. Courses are taught by experienced instructors who keep up with the latest questions being asked on state exams, giving students a definite advantage when it comes to passing these exams.
This is not the qualification course for General Lines. Anyone can take this review course, but you must qualify by either instruction or experience to take the state exam.
If you have questions about licensing qualifications, please review the General Lines qualifications on our General Lines License page.
This is a Webinar. Please read the information below to familiarize yourself with information on Webinars.
Books required for this course include the Stateprep "General Lines Exam Prep Workbook" and the state manual.
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