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What’s New – Electronic score reporting!
Beginning on 9/29/2017, we will send your score report by email immediately following the completion of your exam. Please be sure to provide your email address when prompted during the scheduling process. You no longer need to worry about losing your paper score report!

Wisconsin Insurance Tests


Candidates should follow these basic steps in order to obtain a Wisconsin resident intermediatry (agent) license.


    Review the Exam Content Outlines

 


List of Wisconsin Exam Line of Authority Exam Series
Life Exam 22-01
Life (for agent who held life license) 22-02
Accident & Health Exam 22-03
Accident & Health (for agent who held A&H license) 22-04
Property Exam 22-05
Property (for agent who held property license) 22-06
Casualty Exam 22-07
Casualty (for agent who held casualty license) 22-08
Personal Lines P&C Exam 22-09
Personal Line PC (for agent who held this license) 22-10
Title Exam 22-11
Credit Exam 22-12
Navigator Exam 22-14



Check Appointment Availability

    Check Appointment Availability

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.

 

Schedule Your Test

    Schedule Your Test

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 WI’s insurance test in order to schedule online.

** You will be required to present your pre-licensing certificate in order to test. Acceptable forms of proof include, faxed copies, electronic verification, and paper copies only. The certificate must show a state or school letter head and be signed and dated by the provider. Altered certificates cannot be accepted. Pre-licensing certificates are valid for 1 year from issue date.

Download the License Information Handbook

    Download the License Information Handbook

Please download the License Information Bulletin to find more information regarding fees, scheduling policies, scoring information and FAQs.

    

 

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