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SOS Notary Exam Processing Times
Posted by  Cheryl Elliott of CA on 4/7/21 8:06am Msg #631046
A friend and I journeyed to Thousand Oaks yesterday to take our test with the California Proctor. There were only 19 of us, each seated at our own 6' foot table after taking the refresher class. There aren't a lot of scheduled test sites, like in past years, so we had to make a little drive south.

I would say there are around 10 questions about penalties and fines, Administrative, Civil and Criminal prosecution, and suspension and revocation of commissions.

Give yourselves plenty of time to renew this year, as it is taking 20 business days to receive test results and up to six months to process commissions.

Keeping my fingers crossed, it is going to be close, but if I don't receive by my current commission expiration, it's a good time to take a little road trip with family, and I'll be looking forward to that.
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 SOS Notary Exam Processing Times -  Cheryl Elliott on 4/7/21 8:06am
 Thanks for heads-up, Cheryl! -  Yoli/CA on 4/7/21 8:58am
 Time warp n/m - Clem/CA on 4/7/21 9:02am
 Re: Time warp -  janCA on 4/7/21 9:42am
 Good information! Thank you! n/m - SC/CA on 4/7/21 9:56am
 Re: SOS Notary Exam Processing Times - Valerie/CA on 4/7/21 5:00pm
 Re: SOS Notary Exam Processing Times - pdl/cali on 4/7/21 9:43pm
 Re: SOS Notary Exam Processing Times - pdl/cali on 4/7/21 9:44pm
 Re: SOS Notary Exam Processing Times -  Cheryl Elliott on 4/7/21 10:17pm

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