Thursday, July 2, 2009

I Passed My Insurance Exam *Phew*  


I took the Pre-contract Examination for Insurance Agents(PCEIA) by the Malaysian Insurance Institue(MII) recently. I got a passing grade of 'C' for it. I took the AB module/route which part A covers the basics of insurance and medical and health insurance while part B covers general insurance. I had problems answering questions for part B mostly. Before I went for my exam, I did a little research online and managed to find blogs and sources about the exam. So, I thought I want to share my experience to you.

My advice:
1) Print out your exam permit BEFORE the exam. Sounds simple but it saves your time from doing a last minute task

2) Reach early at your exam venue. Why, you ask me? Read on..

3) If you're driving, find a parking space that won't get you summons from both JPJ and the police

4) Identify your exam seating from the officers in charge

5) Bring your IC and exam permit

6) Don't be late for your exam! NO excuses are allowed STRICTLY!!!

7) Listen to the officers/examiners instructions carefully

8) Get the latest reference book because I couldn't find references on medical insurance in the older version book.

My advices are based on my observation and experience. No offence to anyone of you out there. I just I hope I can help out even just a little.
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2 comments: to “ I Passed My Insurance Exam *Phew*

  • August 27, 2009 at 7:09 AM  

    Congrats on passing the exam! Thanks for posting useful information on the exam. The parking info. is something I think many people over look. One good one to add to the list is to make sure you don't schedule your exam too early in the morning, especially if you are not a morning person.

  • November 23, 2011 at 5:24 PM  

    I am planning to take PCE Part B. You mentioned that you found materials online. Would appreciate if you can share.

    I am looking for any Q&A available.

    Thank you.