Starting on Monday, February 11th candidates will be directed to a new Registration and Scheduling page within Prometric’s Candidate Management System. New candidates will now need to create a new profile before scheduling their exam. Candidates who have previously tested with Prometric, will receive a Welcome email which will contain a link for you to create your account. Your account will be linked to your Profile and you will be able to see your testing history.
Important note: Every candidate will need to create a new account, but those with exiting profiles will need to use the welcome email as a starting point. If a candidate creates a new profile without using that link, a duplicate profile will be created and could result in scheduling challenges.
Rest assured that the process for scheduling an appointment will remain the same. Should you have any questions, please refer to the Licensing Handbook page under step 5 below.
Here are 5 basic steps to get you ready for your New Hampshire Insurance Exam. If you already know when/where you want to take your test go to Step 2 “Create or Login to Your Account."
You can review dates, times and locations and then decide on the testing appointment that is most convenient for you before you register and pay.
Before scheduling your test, please create an account or log into your existing account. To create an account, you must:
Once you are set up and logged into your account, you are able to schedule your test. Just enter your eligibility number (Social Security Number/SSN) and the first four letters of your last name. PLEASE NOTE: you must have an account and select NH’s insurance test in order to schedule online.
Prepare for your upcoming test by carefully reading the Test Content Outlines which have been prepared to help you successfully pass the test.
Please download the License Information Bulletin to find more information regarding fees, scheduling policies, scoring information and FAQs.
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