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California Adjuster Exam Prep & Licensing Requirements

What are the Adjuster Exam Prep education requirements for California?

California does not require licensing candidates to complete prelicensing education; however, it is recommended to complete an exam prep course before attempting to take your state’s licensing exam.

How to get an insurance adjuster license in California

  1. Meet the general eligibility criteria
    • Be at least 18 years of age.
    • Have two years of certified experience in the insurance adjusting field, equal to 4,000 compensated hours.
  2. Prepare for state licensing exam
    • Use the WebCE Exam Prep courses to better prepare you to pass the state licensing exam.
  3. Register and pass state licensing exam
    • Register for and pass the California State Exam with PSI
  4. Submit fingerprints
    • Process and submit Fingerprints through Accurate Biometrics or your PSI Testing Center
      California recommends applicants complete fingerprinting prior to taking the exam. This will help ensure your license is not held up due to processing. See complete fingerprinting details on the California Department of Insurance (CDI) Fingerprinting Requirements page.
  5. Apply for a License

What are the WebCE California Adjuster Exam Prep course requirements?

  • Applicants must read each lesson before they can proceed to the next lesson.
  • WebCE suggests students pass the Exam Prep Practice exam with a score of 70% or higher.

What is the access period for WebCE California Adjuster Exam Prep courses?

12 months from the original date of purchase

How often does WebCE report California Adjuster Exam Prep course completions?

WebCE does not report exam prep course completions as the California Department of Insurance does not require course completions to be reported.

Does WebCE supply a certificate of completion for California Adjuster Exam Prep courses?

Online PDF certificates of completion are available to print immediately after passing the WebCE course exam. Certificates are for personal records and is not required for the state exam.

What is the process to obtain a non-resident insurance license in California?

Applicants who wish to obtain an California Non-Resident Adjuster license will need to:
  1. Be in good standing in your home state
  2. Apply online at
  3. Pay licensing fees

What does adjuster licensing reciprocity look like in California?

California does not grant reciprocal licenses. To become a licensed adjuster in California, you must pass the state exam.

Who to contact for additional questions

California Department of Insurance

  • Phone: (800) 967-9331
  • Website:
  • Mail: Producer Licensing Bureau, 320 Capitol Mall Sacramento, CA 95814

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This information is based on state laws and regulations and is subject to change. WebCE makes every effort to make sure this information is current and accurate, however, WebCE is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein. We urge you to check with your state's insurance department for complete and current information about its licensing rules and requirements.
Last updated on 4/4/2024