Yes, the prelicensing requirements are not required for the general, life, health, or the lifehealth combination lines, but you must be a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). These individuals are also exempt from having to take the regular exams for these lines, but must take the exam that covers the state laws and regulations.
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