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Where can someone find practice notary public exams?

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State government agencies offer practice exams in addition to licensing notary publics. Also, private test preparation services offer practice exams.

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Notary publics are appointed to act as official witnesses when legal documents are signed. Typically, a Department of State office or the agency the governs businesses administers the exam. Private test preparation services offer online and live class sessions free or for a fee. Research services to determine fees, course information if applicable, and the success rate for those who take the exams. Other factors to consider are if test prep is available by state, costs, company reputation, and whether or not the prep is state approved.

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    How do you prepare for a notary public exam?

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    Prepare for a notary public exam by studying the exam handbook, studying notary public laws and recent cases, studying possible scenarios and taking practice tests. A notary public is responsible for verifying signatures on legal documents, and most states require applicants to take a licensing exam before becoming certified.

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    What is the job description of a notary public?

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    A notary public's job is as an impartial witness in the signing of important documents. It involves identifying an individual, by personal knowledge or by using proper identification, and confirming the individual signs a document of his own free will. This is a notarization or notorial act, according to the National Notary Association.

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    How do you become a notary public in Texas?

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    Basic requirements to be a notary public in Texas are to be at least 18 years of age and to possess a $10,000 surety bond. Prospective Texas notaries public also must not have been convicted of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude.

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    Who can become a notary public in Ontario?

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    Any Canadian citizen whose job requires notarizing documents can become a notary public. According to the Ministry of the Attorney General in Ontario, both lawyers and non-lawyers can apply to become a notary public. A lawyer who is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada can be appointed a notary public after admission to the Ontario Bar. However, only Ontario lawyers practicing in Ontario can apply.

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