Oklahoma Licensing Steps

Oklahoma does not require licensing candidates to complete prelicensing education; however, ExamFX highly recommends that you complete an educational course before attempting to take your state’s licensing exam.


Step 1: Pre-Licensing Course

Step 2: Schedule your exam with your state’s testing provider, Prometric. The fastest way to schedule your exam is to do so online at Prometric. You can also schedule your exam over the phone at (888) 597-8223. Please have your exam information and credit card information for payment available. Your exam may be taken at a physical Prometric examination center or via a remote online proctored exam.

To change of cancel your testing appointment, you must contact Prometric at least 24 hours in advance or forfeit the examination fee.

Step 3: Take and pass your state licensing exam. On the day of your appointment you must bring with you a valid form of government issued identification (driver’s license, passport, military I.D., etc.) which must contain a photograph. You will not be able to take your exam if these requirements are not met.

NOTE: Candidates taking a remotely proctored exam must select to end both the exam portion and survey portion of the test in order to receive your on-screen results and emailed score report. Security measures are taken for all testing methods. Restrictions on what you may bring with you to the testing center, into the testing room, and what you may wear will be enforced. For more detailed information about the security measures that will be taken during your testing appointment, please read and review the candidate bulletin offered at Prometric

Step 4: Apply for your license via NIPR at www.nipr.com or send the license application form and other required materials to the Oklahoma Department of Insurance. Forms and more information can be found at the Department’s Licensing webpage at https://www.ok.gov/oid/Licensing_and_Education/index.html

Step 6: Maintain your license by being aware of your continuing education requirements. Most insurance licenses must be maintained by completing a certain number of credit hours of continuing education each licensing period.