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Oklahoma Insurance Licensing State Requirements

On this page, you will find all of the state-specific information for Insurance Licensing in the state of Oklahoma. This information pertains to resident license applicants. For additional information for resident licensing, or for non-resident license information, please refer to the Oklahoma Insurance Department website at http://www.oid.ok.gov. Information is subject to change, and we will do our very best to make the process of completing your licensing education requirements as simple as possible.

Oklahoma Insurance Department

Producers Licensing Division
3625 NW 56th Street, Suite 100 
Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4511 
Phone: 405-521-3916
Fax:  800-522-0071 (in OK)

How to Get Your Oklahoma Insurance License

1. Complete an Insurance Exam Prep Course

Those looking to earn an Oklahoma insurance license have a significantly higher chance of passing their licensing exam when they complete one of Kaplan’s exam prep courses. Give yourself the best chance to pass before you sit for the state exam. 

Acceptable Methods of Education:

  • Classroom
  • Self-study
  • Online

2. Pass Your Oklahoma Licensing Exam

To earn an Oklahoma insurance license, you must first pass a state licensing exam for each desired line of authority. Kaplan’s exam prep content is based directly on the Oklahoma licensing exams, so you will be prepared to pass the first time. 

Exam Provider: Prometric

Frequently Asked Questions About the Oklahoma Licensing Exam

After completing my exam prep, how should I prepare for exam day? 

  • The exam will be administered by computer; you are not required to have any computer experience or typing skills to take the exam.
  • You should arrive at least 30 minutes before the exam appointment to sign in, have staff verify your identification, and complete all security checks. 
  • Identification is required. You must provide two forms of identification:
    • Primary ID presented must be an official, non-expired government-issued ID bearing both a signature and photo. 
    • Secondary ID presented must be imprinted with the candidate’s name and must bear the candidate’s signature. 
    • Acceptable forms of Primary ID include driver’s license, state or government-issued ID, passport. 
    • Acceptable forms of Secondary ID include credit card, school ID. 
    • All identification provided must match the name on the Examination Registration Form and your Registration Confirmation Notice.

What is the exam like? 

All testing sessions are monitored during, and video and audio recorded. Compliance with all testing facility security measures is required. You must not bring personal/unauthorized materials into the testing room, including but not limited to: 

  • Outerwear
  • Hats
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Purses
  • Briefcases
  • Notebooks
  • Pagers
  • Watches
  • Cellular Telephones
  • Recording Devices
  • Photographic Equipment

The examination contains four-option multiple-choice questions. The examination also contains unscored items. The unscored questions will:

  • Be randomly distributed;
  • Not count for or against your final score;
  • Not count against your time allotted for the test; 
  • Be used on future exams based on performance. 

How is the exam scored?

  • There is a minimum passing score of 70%. 
  • At the end of the exam, you will see a completion notice on screen. A copy of your score report will be emailed to the email address you provided at the time of scheduling. The report indicates the overall score and grade, including the numerical percentage of questions answered correctly and whether you passed or failed. The report also displays the correct percentage in each major section of the exam, as defined by the exam content outline. These section scores are shown to guide you, or your employer and/or trainer, about areas requiring additional preparation for retesting if you do not pass the exam. Even after you pass, you may want to focus on these areas as you begin to provide insurance products and services to the public.
  • If you do not pass your exam and apply for your license within one year of completing your prelicensing education, you will be required to retake the prelicensing education course per OAC 365: 25-5-3. 
  • It takes up to 3 business days for exam results to be transmitted to NIPR/SBS and the state.

How long is the exam? 

Exam CodeLine of AuthorityExam TimeTotal Questions
1911Title - Producer or CSR1 Hour35 Questions
1916Aircraft Title - Producer1 Hour
35 Questions
1917Bail Bondsman2 Hours100 Questions
1930Property and Casualty - Adjuster2 Hours 15 Minutes85 Questions
1932Crop and Hail - Adjuster1 Hour35 Questions
1935Workers Compensation - Adjuster1 Hour35 Questions
1940Life - Producer or CSR2 Hours100 Questions
1941Accident & Health or Sickness Producer or CSR2 Hours100 Questions
1942Life, Accident & Health or Sickness Combined Exam - Producer or CSR2 Hours150 Questions
1943Property and Casualty - Personal Lines Only - Producer or CSR2 Hours100 Questions
1944Property and Casualty - Combined Exam - Producer or CSR2 Hours 30 Minutes150 Questions
1945Casualty - Producer or CSR2 Hours75 Questions
1946Property - Producer or CSR2 Hours75 Questions

3. Apply for an Oklahoma Insurance License

Once you have passed your state licensing exam, you are ready to apply for an insurance license.

Wait 3 business days for your exam results to be transmitted to NIPR/SBS and the state. Access the OID webpage and submit your online application: 

  • Submit your produce or adjuster application at www.licensing.oid.ok.gov then click on the blue NEW APPLICATION button. 
  • Follow the online instructions. 
  • Submit your Bail bond application at www.bailbonds.oid.ok.gov and follow the instructions provided under Licensee Online Tools in the red box. 
You will be assigned an NPN. This unique identifier is assigned through the licensing application process and is used to track individuals and business entities on a national basis. The NPN is used by many states to replace a producer license number.

4. Plan to Complete Required Insurance Continuing Education (CE) Credits

Every insurance producer must adhere to their home state’s CE requirements. Stay on top of your CE and ahead of the competition with 365 days of unlimited course access when you enroll in a CE library with Kaplan. 

 Learn how to renew an Oklahoma insurance license by clicking here.

Select a Line of Authority and Start Earning Your License Today:

Life & Health

This license qualifies you to explain, sell, and write life and health insurance products in Oklahoma.


Property & Casualty

This license qualifies you to sell products designed to protect from financial issues as a result of damage or injury in Oklahoma.

Personal Lines

This license qualifies you to sell a variety of insurance plans directly to consumers in Oklahoma.



This license qualifies you to investigate and adjust any claim in connection with an insurance policy in Oklahoma.