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What is Covered on the Texas Life & Health Insurance Exam?

Great question! Always better to know what to expect than to go in blind. Below you will find a rough outline of the contents for the exam.

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If you are considering a career in the life and health insurance field, you are probably wondering, “Is the life and health insurance exam hard?”
Each state has their own insurance exams, so the tests and requirements vary state to state, making this question more complicated to answer. However, the basic topics covered on the exam, as well as the passing scores, are similar for all states.
If you have a good understanding of the topics and how the exam works, you are well on your way to passing the life and health insurance exam.

For life and health insurance exams, you will be tested on the following general topics:

·        Life insurance general knowledge

·        Types of Life insurance policies

·        Policy riders and options in life insurance

·        Life insurance taxation

·        Types of Health insurance policies

·        Policy riders and options in health insurance

·        Special needs individual insurance

·        Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)

·        Health insurance taxation

You will want to print out the State Exam Outline so you understand what material will be covered under each of these topics and how it will be weighted on the exam. The State Exam Outline tells you how many questions are included in each section of the test. We advise you to focus more of your study time on sections that have more exam questions. Go to www.pearsonvue.com to find the outlines.

Pass Rates and Recommended Study Time

From what we know, insurance exam pass rates fluctuate considerably by state. Some states publish their pass rates while others do not, making it impossible to offer an accurate national pass rate for any exam.

Nevertheless, the passing score for all exams is 70%, and utilizing exam study tools can help you gauge whether or not you are on target to pass on the first try.

The average exam-taker should expect to spend about 35 to 40 hours studying to pass the life and health insurance exam.


Study Tips

When studying, try to remove distractions around you. It can be easy to get distracted by your phone, TV, or the Internet. For your brain to absorb new information, it is important that you do your best to avoid multitasking and stay focused on what you are studying. You may find that setting a study schedule over a period of a few weeks will help you carve out time where you can solely focus on preparing for the exam.

Once you have a good handle on the material, be sure to utilize practice exams. These will help you gauge how well you have absorbed the information in your studies and what areas you still need to work on. It is a good idea to take at least one practice exam while mimicking testing conditions. This will help you determine whether your pacing is right to get through the exam in the allotted time.

The life and health insurance exam can be challenging; however, you can pass with flying colors on your first try by following our recommendations. 

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