Louisiana Notary Exam Sample Questions and Answers

ebook Explanations Keyed to the Official Study Guide

By Steven Alan Childress

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[Superseded by new 2021 edition of this workbook, also available on this website, for use with blue 2021 edition of state text.] ... Questions and answers in four separate tests—then detailed explanations for each right and wrong answer, keyed to the page of the official study guide—help coach students for the difficult exam. This unofficial resource at last takes notary prep to the next level by revealing the tricks of questions and formats, tactics for the test, and notary law behind it.

Louisiana civil law notaries have unmatched functions, responsibilities, and opportunities—but the exam has a 19% pass rate. Candidates need all the help they can get. The best prep classes and study groups recommend multiple practice questions to understand the format, content, and coverage of the actual exams the Secretary of State administers each year. Yet even the best workbooks and study aids are costly but barebones in the answers they provide. Their questions help, but students are left matching answers to page numbers. There's no guidance on why they're right—and even less about why other good options aren't "best."

This book fills that void with 130 questions and detailed clarifications, plus tactics illustrated by specific formats and options. Explanations are keyed to the 2020 study guide (no longer used on the state exam). Professor Childress, author of Louisiana Notary Exam Sidepiece to the 2020 Study Guide (a book supplementing and demystifying the state's textbook) and teacher of Tulane's academic course in notary law, explains every twist he can think of that the examiners may try. Whether as a recommended supplement to a prep class, as spelled-out lagniappe to available workbooks, or as a new tool for self-study, this book should become standard fare for anyone contemplating becoming a commissioned notary.

An affordable addition to the Self-Study Sherpa Series from Quid Pro Books.

Louisiana Notary Exam Sample Questions and Answers