CPCU® 500 Difficulty – Video Series Part 3
In This Video
In our CPCU® 500 difficulty video, we detail the degree of difficulty of the CPCU® 500 exam, discuss the hardest part of the exam, and provide you with 3 study tips to help you pass.
If you’re not a fan of videos, see our blog post detailing the CPCU® 500 difficulty
Important Exam Update!
The exam is no longer split into Part A and Part B questions.
Starting in 2022, all your exams will be virtual CPCU® exams. Going forward, there will no longer be an option to take your exam at a Prometric testing center.
All questions on the virtual exam will be application-based scenario questions. These are tricky questions that require you to apply your knowledge to a real-life scenario to choose the appropriate answer (you will not be repeating a definition or concept). That means, there is really no way to cheat on your exam, so don’t even try.
The Next Video
If you missed our other videos, see our blog posts for the CPCU® 500 video series including:
- Video 1: CPCU®500 exam review
- Video 2: CPCU®500 exam format
- Video 3: CPCU®500 difficulty
- Video 4: CPCU®500 exam questions: part A
- Video 5: CPCU®500 exam questions: part B
- Video 6: CPCU®500 study guide
- Video 7: CPCU®500 practice exam
- Video 8: CPCU® 500 passing grade
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Ready to get started studying? We’re here to help (for free). Download our free CPCU® 500 practice exams to get a feel for the type of questions you will see on the exam.
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For more information about the CPCU® 500 exam, check out some of our other free resources:
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- CPCU® 500 exam difficulty
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- CPCU® 500 exam format
- CPCU® 500 – what to expect
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