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God Bless You WebCE

Discussion in 'Insurance Continuing Education Forum' started by JimmyUt, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. nstargazer
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    Same here, but I really don't think it's wise to boast about it on a forum. :no: if you know what I mean.

    By the way, the best thing to do is purchase the entire package plus extra hours for only 75 cents. You get 24 credit hours for $34.95 with a $5 coupon. So let's say you need 20 credits and are left with 4. Another $12 ($0.75 per credit hour) gives you 16 more and you're all paid through the next 2 year compliance period. I know Florida lets agents carry over credits, but I just take what I need and wait a few months, since you get one full year from the date of purchase to complete the courses you buy. I prefer to split them up, but everyone is different.

    I used Noble CE in 2011 and it was very good too. I'm still trying to figure out why I keep taking CE courses, since I haven't sold insurance in about 2 years, but I might decide to come out of retirement one day and I've always regretted letting my R.E. license expire. But that was 20 years ago, before courses were online, which makes life so much easier!
     
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    The course are really good too. Some CE providers suck. This provider is first rate in my book. Love you webce.com.
     
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    Does anyone know of an active coupon for WEBCE? It's looks like it is 68.95 after filing. Does that sound about right? So it is pretty easy? Thanks!
     
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    Does your state require more than 24 hours? Or are you picking the courses individually perhaps? They typically have a bundle that is supposed to meet your state requirements, and should come in somewhere around 40 bucks. You don't pick the individual courses though, they do all that for you.

    Is it easy? Well, the material is good. However, and I've heard differing responses on this, so it might be specific to the state they offer the course bundle in, but twice I've used WebCE, and twice it's been one exam that covers ALL of the courses. I'd prefer to get a separate exam for each course. They may give you something different though.

    I've recently used the providers Progressive offers. They give you two free courses if you're appointed with them, so I just completed 14 hours for free. I'm sure the other 10 hours shouldn't exceed the 40 bucks I would've spent with WebCE, and I get my separate exams so I'm happy with this as well.
     
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