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Randall M. Costello, CMA, CPA

Iowa Insurance Seminar
PO Box 922
Cedar Falls, IA 50613

319.266.5860

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Combined Property & Casualty
DateLocation
11/11/2014 - 11/12/2014
08:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.
Fee: $195.00
Aventureland Inn
3200 Adventureland Drive
Altoona, Iowa 50009


Course Description

The two day Combined Property and Casualty Insurance Exam Review Seminar covers laws, rules, regulations, types of property policies, types of casualty policies, bonds, property & casualty insurance terms, property & casualty policy provisions and contract law.

During the seminar the student will receive a comprehensive Personal Lines Insurance Exam Study Manual with practice questions and a comprehensive Commercial Lines Insurance Exam Study Manual with practice questions.

The Personal Lines Insurance Exam requires the student to pass two tests: the Personal Lines General Knowledge Content (75 questions plus 11 pretest questions) and the Personal Lines Iowa Specific Content (40 scoreable questions plus 5 pretest questions) with a two-hour time limit.

The Commercial Lines Insurance Exam requires the student to pass two tests: the Commercial Lines General Knowledge Content (50 questions plus 10 pretest questions) and the Commercial Lines Iowa Specific Content (32 scoreable questions plus 5 pretest questions) with a two-hour time limit.

Alternatively, the Property Insurance Exam requires the student to pass two tests: the Property General Knowledge Content (50 questions plus 10 pretest questions) and the Property Iowa Specific Content (33 scoreable questions plus 5 pretest questions) with a two-hour time limit.

The Casualty Insurance Exam requires the student to pass two tests: the Casualty General Knowledge Content (50 questions plus 10 pretest questions) and the Casualty Iowa Specific Content (35 scoreable questions plus 5 pretest questions) with a two-hour time limit.