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Partly agree with Janet
Posted by  VT_Syrup of VT on 9/13/20 4:04pm Msg #624449
I agree that applicants should read the whole manual (but not every bit of the law or every bit of the administrative rules; no need to worry about the internal operations of the Secretary of State's office).

Some items are just not worth memorizing. For example, you state requires that the photo you submit be 2 inches by 2 inches. You shouldn't be required to memorize that; when you're getting ready to apply or renew, just look up the photo requirements and check with the photographer to make sure the one your about to get complies.

But some things that seldom come up do require memorization. For example, if one receives a written request for a certified copy of a journal entry, and is about to leave on a two week vacation, the notary might be tempted to just stick it in with the bills and deal with it when he/she gets home. But if the notary remembered it must be responded to within 15 days, the notary would be sure to find time to respond before leaving.
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 The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M n/m - JustANotary on 9/12/20 4:39pm
 Of course I meant, not 30... N/M n/m - JustANotary on 9/12/20 4:40pm
 you have to take a test? - CST on 9/12/20 5:33pm
 Re: you have to take a test? - JustANotary on 9/12/20 7:46pm
 We don't need no test in Virginia - CW2Ret/VA on 9/12/20 8:42pm
 Re: We don-t need no test in Virginia -  VT_Syrup on 9/12/20 9:22pm
 36 hrs for real estate every 3 years along with.... - CST on 9/12/20 10:11pm
 That's pretty good - Bear900/CA on 9/12/20 11:39pm
 Re: We don-t need no test in Virginia -  Yoli/CA on 9/13/20 12:00pm
 Dear John, Yay! (Why I am just a notary Witness!) - NVLSlady/VA on 9/14/20 3:59pm
 Re: We don -  canotaryhere on 9/14/20 1:48pm
 Ok, hand em over. -  Cheryl Elliott on 9/12/20 11:30pm
 i wouldn't mind continuing ed, just no tests - CST on 9/13/20 8:57am
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  VT_Syrup on 9/13/20 9:32am
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M - JustANotary on 9/13/20 9:40am
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  Cheryl Elliott on 9/13/20 9:57am
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  VT_Syrup on 9/13/20 1:03pm
 Same experience as Cheryl in 1987 n/m - Alz on 9/13/20 2:05pm
 Same experience as Cheryl in 1975 - Bear900/CA on 9/13/20 3:57pm
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  JanetK_CA on 9/13/20 2:44pm
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  Yoli/CA on 9/13/20 3:52pm
 Partly agree with Janet -  VT_Syrup on 9/13/20 4:04pm
 I think we're pretty much on the same page there. -  JanetK_CA on 9/13/20 9:44pm
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M - CST on 9/13/20 12:58pm
 Re: The California test now has 45 questions (not 45) N/M -  canotaryhere on 9/14/20 1:50pm



 
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