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NY Property & Casualty Exam Prep Complete Package

Package Details

This exam prep package provides everything you need to successfully prepare for the NY Property and Casualty Insurance Broker Exam Series 17-56. 

It includes the NY Property & Casualty Insurance Agent/Broker Exam Prep Course covering New York's current property and casualty insurance exam content outline in the following categories: 
  • General Insurance Principles
  • Property Insurance Principles 
  • Casualty Insurance Principles
  • New York Property and Casualty Insurance Laws and Regulations
Included with your course are two powerful study aids:
  • State Exam Tutor®, our powerful diagnostic testing tool which provides unlimited customizable practice quizzes and complete state exam simulations.
  • Flash Tutor® Property & Casualty flashcards, a unique drill-and-practice tool you can use on any device to put your insurance knowledge to the test.
IMPORTANT: Florida Department of Financial Services regulations require that general lines (2-20) property and casualty license candidates have the latest edition of the Florida General Lines, Adjuster and Industrial Manual from the Florida Association of Insurance Agents available as a study resource. The Manual can be purchased from FAIA at (850.893.4155). Both the FAIA Manual and the WebCE FL General Lines course fully covers the 2-20 General Lines exam content outline. 
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Package Includes
New York Property and Casualty Insurance Agent/Broker Exam Prep Course

New York Property and Casualty Insurance Agent/Broker Exam Tutor

Property & Casualty Flash Tutor

Exam Requirements: Self-Study exams are closed-book and do not require a monitor.

Effective immediately, the New York State Department of Financial Services has eliminated the requirement to have an approved monitor present when taking a prelicense course final exam.