FAQ 

We are an insurance licensing education school approved by the North Carolina Department of Insurance.  We conduct insurance classes in the following areas:  Property, Casualty, Life, Accident and Health, Adjusters, and Medicare/Long Term Care.  

What is the first step to obtain my insurance license?

What can I expect in the Prelicensing classroom course?

How long does the Exam Admission Ticket remain valid?

How old do I have to be to obtain an Insurance license?

What is the Licensing Application that I have to complete to obtain a license?

Do I need to file a Licensing Application for each license?

Once I have completed my Licensing Application, what happens next?

Do I need to be fingerprinted in order to obtain an insurance license?

Where can I take my Licensing exams?

Before making my exam reservation, what steps do I need to make sure are done?

What do I need to bring with me to the testing center?

What should I expect on my state examination day?

How many questions are on the licensing exams, and how long do I have to complete them?

Can Tammie D’Allura Insurance Educators able to assist me in finding a job in the industry?

Can Tammie D’Allura Insurance Educators teach a Prelicensing or CE classes at my office?

Can I purchase additional books, flashdrives, flashcards, At a Glance sheets by themselves?

What do I need to do to keep my insurance license active?

What are some important numbers to keep in mind if I need additional help?