Notary Public Exam Prep (44 Hrs) Distance Learning
The rumors are true, the Notary Exam is DIFFICULT. This 44-hour course is an introduction to notary public fundamentals, with an emphasis on the multiple choice and research portions of the statewide exam.
This course will give a specific review of the subjects tested on the Notary Exam using the current Edition of "Louisiana Civil Code (LCC) which is a 2-volume publication by Thomson/West, edited by A.N. Yiannopoulos, also used for open-book portion of the Notary Exam. Available at the LSUS Bookstore for $230 plus tax (price is subject to change).
Also required is the 2013 Edition of: "Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice." the Louisiana Notary Public examination official study guide and is available through The Louisiana Secretary of State Web Site Available through The Louisiana Secretary of State Web Site. The 2013 edition is required.$90 (subject to change) PLEASE ORDER THIS BOOK BEFORE prior to the first day of class!
Out-of-State Residents: are not permitted to take this exam.
Registration with the La. Secretary of State is APRIL 20, 2013. Forms for applying can be found at www.sos.louisiana.gov or call (225) 922-0507 for further information. You MUST register for the JUNE 1 exam by APRIL 20, 2013 - NO EXCEPTIONS.
Paralegal Credit: Upon successfully passing the statewide Notary exam, students can use their Notary Commission in the place of one (1) course in the Paralegal Institute (The Legal Research & Writing and the Basic & General courses can not be substituted.) Students must show proof of passing the Notary Exam (ex. Notary Commission) in order to receive credit. Paralegal registration fees do not apply to this course.
|Dates:||February 26 - May 21, 2013 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Tu and Th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM|
|Location:||Business Education 107|
|Notes:||NO CLASS MARCH 26 & 28|
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
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