Pre-Licensing Correspondence School

​​Pre-Licensing Correspondence School, the self-study program, is very convenient for the student who needs flexibility and cannot take the time off to attend the classroom program. 

Pre-Licensing Correspondence School

​This program is very convenient for the student who needs flexibility and cannot take the time off to attend the classroom program.  If online or via computer training sounds overwhelming, then try this program.  Although we highly recommend that our students take the classroom study, our state –approved Correspondence program will prepare the student in a home- study preparation at your own pace.   One of the benefits of this program is that it can be completed at your own pace.  It is not an internet- based program, it is a self-study program.  

The program will consist of custom-designed books written by the owner, Tammie Grisso D’Allura, audio review of CD’s that summarizes and highlight important terms and concepts, NC Insurance Candidate Guide, and an appointed advisor to help you with your questions and concerns through the process.

Although we feel Classroom preparation is the best way to pass these exams, we understand that not everyone has the time and flexibility to come to a classroom program.   Internet training can also be very difficult because of the volume of material in that environment.  We have streamlined this process by following the NC Insurance Candidate Guide and we only have this information in our materials.  

Once payment has been received, all materials will be mailed to you at standard shipping with no additional charge.  If you need the materials quicker, please call our office. The student will have access to an instructor to ask questions through email or phone, and guide you with any further training.  

After you complete the study portion of the program, you will take a required end of course test that must be passed with at least 70% score.  You will need to complete the NC License Application ​and pay all associated fees that are in addition to the class.  ​