JUNE 1 NOTARY EXAM OFFERED IN COMPUTER FORMAT
The June 2013, administration of the Louisiana Notary Public Examination will be available in a computer-testing format. Examinees can elect to take all three parts of the examination by computer. The same regulations that apply to the paper-and-pencil format will pertain in the computer-based format. For both the Scenario Component and the Research Component, examinees will receive the same packet of information that is used in the paper-and-pencil format, but will record their responses on the computer.
The computer format will be available only at the Louisiana State University test site in Baton Rouge. To elect this option, you must respond to this email by May 1, 2013.
Only those applicants who respond by email to email@example.com by May 1, 2013 will be registered to take the June Notary Exam by computer format at the LSU test site in Baton Rouge. Applicants who do not choose this computer-testing format in Baton Rouge will be assigned to their regional test site.
YOUR EMAIL MUST INCLUDE:
NAME (as it appears on application)
HCR 45 Meeting Notice 1.5.12
HCR 45 Agendas
Subcommittee on Standarized Education 9.8.11
Subcommittee on Mandatory Education 9.15.11
Subcommittee on Standarized Education 9.22.11
Notary Study Committee 1.5.12
HCR 45 Meeting Minutes
SubCommittee on Standarized Education 9.8.11
SubCommittee on Mandatory Education 9.15.11
SubCommittee on Standarized Education 9.22.11
HCR 45 Committee Report 1.5.12
New in 2010
Act 80 (Senate Bill 151) effective Jan. 1, 2010
Requirement for all providers of notary examination preparation to register with the Secretary of State's Office.
Go to Education Provider Registration for information and forms that are required to be completed.
Following are highlights of several bills affecting the office of notary public enacted during the 2008 Regular Session. To read the entire text, click on the links below.
Act 120 (Senate Bill 37) effective June 10, 2008