What Is The Procedure For Registering For An Exam?

If you are an Indiana resident, and wish to obtain a license to sell insurance, you may file your examination registration by mail, fax or phone. After registering, schedule your examination by calling 1­800­324­4720. Once you pass your test, you must apply for your license to the Indiana Department of Insurance within six months of completing your pre­licensing education course.

  • Mail Registration
    You may mail the completed Examination Registration form and the appropriate examination fee of $68 to Experior, and it will be processed within 48 hours from the time it was received. You may then schedule your examination by calling 1­800­324­4720. If you wish to schedule your exam within three business days of your appointment call then you be charged a $5 express scheduling fee.
  • Fax Registration
    You may fax your completed Examination Registration form to Experior at 1­800­347­9242, and it will be processed within 24 hours. You must include the MasterCard or Visa number and the cardholder's signature on the fax. You may then schedule your examination by calling 1­800­324­4720. If you wish to schedule your exam within three business days of your appointment call, please be sure to have your MasterCard or Visa available to charge a $5 express scheduling fee.
  • Telephone Registration
    You may also register for and schedule your exam with one phone call. Please have your Examination Registration form and your MasterCard or Visa available before you call 1­800­324­4720 between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Eastern time. If you wish to schedule your exam within three business days of your appointment call, you will be charged a $5 express scheduling fee.
  • Exam Registration Expiration
    An exam registration remains valid for 90 calendar days after it has been processed, and will expire without further notice at that time. (Remember that your pre­licensing education Certificate is valid for only six months. In addition, the bail or recovery agent's Certificate of Eligibility is valid for only 60 days from date of issuance.)
  • Exam Re­Registration
    If you have allowed your examination registration to expire, or were unsuccessful in your exam attempt, you may re­register by using any of the usual registration methods. Another exam registration fee is required for each attempt. There are no limits to the number of retakes.

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