Obtaining a Resident Producer License in Michigan
1. Enroll in your ExamFX Study program using the information given in the ExamFX Enrollment Guide.
2. Register for your state exam. (Cost: $40.00) You should pick an exam date and schedule it as soon as you’ve ordered your study course and created a study plan with the ExamFX Calendar.
Register by first creating an account on the PSI Exam website. You can then register & schedule it directly on the website or by calling PSI at 1-800-733-9267. To register and schedule:
3. Complete your ExamFX program as quickly as possible! The faster you study and take your exam, the less mentally taxing it will be for you. Dragging out the studying process can really make it hard to retain the information you've already learned while trying to also learn new material.
IMPORTANT: In order to receive Education Credits from the state for completing the study course, you MUST take and pass all Chapter Quizzes, the Simulate Your Exam, and your Guarantee Exam. If your course is not 100% complete, you will not be permitted to take your exam when you show up to the testing center.
4. Take and pass your exam. Make sure you read all of the FAQs and instructions on the website or in the Candidate Information Bulletin regarding what to bring/not bring to the testing center on the day of your exam, how early to arrive, rescheduling and cancellation penalties, etc. If you have a question about anything and you can’t find an answer in their FAQ section, call PSI and ask someone.
5. Once you’ve passed your exam, apply for your Resident Producer License in Michigan. (Cost: $15.00) To apply, go to the NIPR website and click the green “Apply Now” button as shown in the screenshot.
6. You can check on the status of your license application on the NIPR Website using your transaction number or order number. Michigan currently takes approximately 3-10 business days to approve licenses. If you have to answer "Yes" to any of the background questions on the application, your approval will take longer (how much longer varies for each individual).
Total cost of licensing in Michigan = $55.00