Are There Any Pre-Licensing Examinations That I Must First Take?

To obtain a license, an applicant must meet the pre­licensing education requirements outlined above; then pass the fire and casualty exam or the life agent exam with the ethics and code portion included. If an applicant fails the same exam twice (a `failure to appear` is considered a fail), there is a 30­day waiting period before being able to take that exam again. If the applicant again fails that exam twice, there is a 60­day waiting period before being able to take that exam again. If the applicant again fails that exam two more times, there is another 60­day waiting period.

Examinations are administered at 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the following locations:

Los Angeles
300 South Spring Street, North Tower, Suite 1000

Sacramento
320 Capitol Mall, 1st Floor

San Diego
1350 Front Street, Room 4050

San Francisco
45 Fremont Street, 23rd Floor

Examinations are also administered monthly at the following location:

Clovis
905 5th Street, MCLE Room

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