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STATE OF LOUISIANALAST WILLPARISH OF [_PARISH_]AND TESTAMENTKNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS that before me, [_NOTARY_], a Notary Public in and for the parish of [_Parish_], Louisiana, duly commissioned
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FAQ

Examination Schedule examination will be on Saturday, April 6 on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Notary Exam Pre-Assessment must be completed by June 13.

The applicant will be able to register for the state notary exam and pay a $100 exam fee after the Secretary of State receives his or her score from the pre-assessment test.

The application costs $60 and the written exam is $15. Prices for optional items such as education, an E&O insurance policy and Notary seals vary depending on the Notary vendor you choose.

Did you know that the Louisiana notary test is the HARDEST in the country? This is because, unlike any other notary in the United States, the Louisiana notary is vested with some of the same rights, privileges, authority and obligations as attorneys. We are considered "non-attorney" notaries.

There are basic qualifications for a person to become a Notary in Louisiana. Applicants must be 18 years old, reside in the state and be a U.S. citizen or legal resident of the U.S. You must also be a registered voter in the parish in which you apply. You must also be able to read, write, and speak English.

The law requires you receive your results no later that 45 days after taking the exam. In practice, most people find out in approximately 2-4 weeks.

Exam results are available approximately 15 business days after the exam date.

Please take note that the Application to Qualify must be approved by the Secretary of State's Office and the Notary Exam Pre-Assessment registration and scoring process take approximately one week.

Make sure you meet all of Louisiana's eligibility requirements (see below). Complete the Application to Qualify on the Secretary of State's website. Register for the Notary Exam Pre-Assessment. ... Once your pre-assessment score is in, you will be able to register for the state exam.

Make sure you meet all of your state's qualifications. Complete and submit an application. Pay the state's filing fee. Get training from an approved education vendor (if applicable). Pass a state-administered exam (if applicable).