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Cutting-Edge Test-Taking Methods, Proven To Succeed
Texas Edition

“With such detailed, thorough guides already available, why do students still have so much trouble passing the Property and Casualty Insurance exam?”

That was the question insurance veteran Mike Hanover kept asking himself.

After surveying the market, he found his answer: The right test-prep methods had not been put into a book yet.

So he sat down and carefully put together this unique book and test-prep system – based on his own proven track record of success. Namely, a system that has helped students pass, after all other attempts had failed.

Hanover knows the insurance profession from the inside out. He has sold insurance; recruited, trained and managed agents; even directed attorneys and claims adjusters.

But most important to you, the author has taught P&C test-prep classes for time-pressured people who had not previously been able to pass the test.

Students love his classes, because afterwards they walk into the exam room and pass the test.

Hanover spent years honing a method of presenting information that’s completely different than the traditional “firehose” approach. Traditional test-prep methods ask students to turn themselves into giant mental “sponges” — absorbing massive amounts of unfamiliar information, seemingly at random, and then somehow knowing just how to squeeze out the right droplet of information when it comes time to answer a question in the exam room.

Of course, the traditional approach doesn’t work for a lot of people in the real world.

Hanover’s “SuperTutor” approach is different. It’s designed to match closely how learning actually takes place in adults. This method organizes small, manageable clusters of information around simple core concepts. This means first, you easily internalize each concept. And that makes it much easier to answer any given test question correctly.

Why is it easier? Because with the SuperTutor method, you answer from a position of strength. You already know the core concept. Your confidence is high, and the right answer is obvious.

If you’re getting ready for the property and casualty insurance exam, let SuperTutor’s exam prep guide help you pass your test.

With almost 800 different sample questions with easy to understand explanations, this book helps you quickly understand the terms and concepts you will see on your property and casualty exam, so you can pass your test the first time.

And since it is electronic, you can start studying right away. If you don’t have a Kindle Device, you can access this material on most computers or tablets with the Kindle Application, or read it online in the Kindle Cloud Reader.

The first part of this book covers general insurance, personal lines insurance, and commercial insurance. Each section contains questions and answers similar to what you’re likely to encounter on your property and casualty exam.

After you have studied the individual sections, there are three 150-question practice exams using questions you have already studied. Use this to verify you have mastered the material.

The final study section is an assessment test. It contains 150 questions you have not seen before. Each question is similar to what you have studied, but worded differently. People who score at least 80% on this section almost always pass their state insurance exam.

If you’re short on time, don’t worry! Start with the assessment test, and use that to determine which areas you need the most practice with.

The SuperTutor method is streamlined, to help you maximize your study time and pass the test easily. Pick up SuperTutor Property & Casualty Exam Prep today, so you can pass your test and begin a new, rewarding career.

ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01HAQ75NQ
Publication date ‏ : ‎ June 19, 2016
Language ‏ : ‎ English
File size ‏ : ‎ 1087 KB
Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
Print length ‏ : ‎ 460 pages


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