Classes will meet in Thibodaux at Nicholls State University via video conferencing with LSU-S
Notary Exam Information
Out-of-state residents are not permitted to take this exam.
Participating Sites Are:
McNeese in Lake Charles
NorthwesternStateUni in Natchitoches
Louisiana Technical College in Alexandria
LSU in Eunice
Nicholls State University in Thibodaux
Prep Class- Introduction to Notary Public Fundamentals.
This 32-hour course is an introduction to notary public fundamentals, with an emphasis on the multiple choice and research portions of the statewide exam. In this course you will be given a specific review of the subjects tested on the Notary Exam.
The one text ”Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice.” 2013 Edition is available only through The Louisiana Secretary of State Web Site http://www.sos.la.gov/tabid/193/Default.aspx- $90 (subject to change).
The other text, “Louisiana Civil Code (LCC)”, 2013 Edition, 2-volume, by Thomson/West, edited by A.N. Yiannopouloswill be available through the LSUS Bookstore or you can go on line and see if you can order cheaper. This year’s 2012 text is $212 plus tax.
Dates: February 26-May 16, 2013 (Skip March 26 & 28, 2013)
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Times: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Hours: 44 hours of instruction
Place: Ayo Hall Room 100
Notary Exam Prep Scenario Class – Compressed Video / Distance Learning
We are now offering a class geared solely to the most difficult portion of the notary public examination: the Scenarios. This program will be helpful to students who have already taken the Notary Exam Prep course or who have failed the Scenario portion of the exam.
This class will start with general legal writing tips, then move onto the substantive information necessary to write a proper legal instrument, worthy not only of a passing grade on the exam, but more importantly, worthy of sound notarial practice. Participants will use class time and personal time preparing notarial acts from scenario facts, which will be turned in to the instructor for useful and valuable critique. This course is geared to those who have already taken the exam and need further instruction for the Scenario portion of the exam. Participants should have knowledge of the materials contained in the “Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice.”
Dates: future dates coming soon!
Times: 10am to 12pm
Hours: 16 hours of instruction
Place: Ayo Hall Room 100