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Hawaii PreLicense Exam Prep Requirements

Hawaii PreLicense Education Requirements

General Insurance LicensingRequirement

To qualify for a resident Hawaii insurance producer license, the applicant must satisfy the following requirements:
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Maintain principal place of residence or business in Hawaii
  • Pass the license examination
  • Submit fingerprints
  • File a license application and remit filing fees
Before making an exam reservation applicants should thoroughly review the State of Arkansas Licensing Candidate Handbook. The Candidate Handbook and additional licensing information can be accessed by clicking on the tabs above.

Hawaii PreLicense Product Training Requirements

Annuity Training

State required training for insurance producers that sell annuity products.

Initial Training
Hours: 4
Frequency: One-time training must be completed prior to selling annuity products.

Additional Information

Hawaii PreLicense Exam Prep Course Requirements

Course Delivery

Applicants must read each lesson before they can proceed to the next lesson.

Hawaii PreLicense Exam Prep Exam Requirements

Prelicense Course Exam

Passing Score: suggests students pass's Practice exam with a score of 75% or higher.

Exam Proctor Requirements: The Practice exam does not require a proctor.

Reporting and Hawaii PreLicense Exam Prep Certificates of Completion

Certificate of Completion

The Hawaii Department of Insurance does not require a PLE certificate of completion.

State Reporting Requirements

The Hawaii Department of Insurance does not require PLE course completions to be reported.

Hawaii PreLicense Application Process

License Application Process

  1. Make an Examination Reservation and Pay the Fee: Schedule State exam by visiting or by callingPeasonVue at (800) 274-2608.
    • Materials Needed to Register: Candidates must present two (2) forms of current signature identification. The primary identification must be government-issued and photo-bearing with a signature and the secondary identification must contain a valid signature. Identification must be in English.

  2. Make a Fingerprint Reservation: Hawaii requires that all resident candidates be fingerprinted prior to submitting a license application. To obtain fingerprints, schedule an appointment online with Fieldprint Hawaii. When registering online please be sure to select “insurance division” as the reason you need to be fingerprinted.

  3. Apply for a License: After passing the examination, apply for your license by contacting the Hawaii Department of Insurance. For more information regarding obtaining a license go to

Transfer Hawaii PreLicense Application Process

Transfer Producer Requirements

Candidates moving to Hawaii wishing to qualify for a Hawaii license without taking an examination must meet the following requirements: Currently licensed for same line of authority in another state or License application is received within 90 days of cancellation of former home state license and license was in good standing in that state at time of cancellation.

License Application Process

Non-Resident Hawaii PreLicense Application Process

Non-Resident License Requirements

Non-residents may apply by reciprocity and are exempt from the examination requirement, as long as they are currently licensed as a resident and in good standing in their home state.

License Application Process

Apply online: Click here to apply online

Apply by paper: Click here for the Hawaii Application for Individual Insurance license. Click here for a current fee schedule.

Fingerprinting Process: Fingerprints are not required for non-resident applicants in Hawaii.

Hawaii PreLicense Contact Info

Hawaii Department of Insurance

Pearson Vue

The licensing information presented here is a brief summary only and is not intended to be comprehensive or complete. We urge you to check with your state's insurance department for complete and current information about its licensing rules and requirements.