New York Life, Accident & Health Agent / Broker (Series 17-55) Online Practice Exam Simulator -- UPDATED to reflect the May 5, 2014 state exam changes!
Our New York Online Practice Exam Simulator has assisted hundreds of student’s in passing their New York Life, Accident & Health (Series 17-55) state insurance exam on the first attempt!
With the purchase of this product, each student receives:
PLEASE NOTE: The Online Practice Exam Simulator is meant to be used as an adjunct and not a substitute for a complete New York Life, Accident & Health classroom course.
- Immediate access to these questions. Access is granted through our site with a username and password;
- 24 / 7 online access to our practice exams that are generated from our master database of over 1,000 STATE SPECIFIC New York Life, Accident & Health agent-broker insurance questions;
- Each question is built specifically for the New York Life, Accident & Health insurance exam based upon the state exam outline provided by Prometric;
- Questions are randomly generated to produce a different practice exam on each logon;
- Questions are scored immediately and an explanation is given to further clarify the concept;
- The opportunity to return to an unfinished exam on your next logon session.
- Access granted for 35 completed exam sessions or 6 months, whichever comes first.
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Important: Please make sure you enter the email address correctly! This address is used to login to your course. It must not include any typos.
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"This is a great way to understand and know about rules, regulations and terms of the Life, Health and Accident state exam... These practice simulators increased my knowledge daily and as long you put the time & effort into it, the same will happen for you. I started my practice exams scoring 55-64 in the first few exams, but with the proper study time and reading the explanations, I was scoring in the low 90's. I highly recommend this website for anyone interested in a career in financial services." Kervin Delgado