|California requires a specific notarial certificate for an oath or affirmation. It can be found at|
No exceptions are allowed; the California notary would have to use the CA certificate even if the state where it was being sent required something different. The OP's quote of a piece of the document presented for notarization is "Signed and sworn to before me".
The CA required language is "SUBSCRIBED and sworn (OR AFFIRMED) before me". [Differences capitalized]. Since the wording is different, the CA notary would be exposing him/herself to disciplinary action if he/she didn't replace the certificate with one that complied with CA law.
I sometimes wonder how far one can go with making small changes in the wording given in a law before one gets into trouble. There are some issues with the VT oath/affirmation certificate that could cause problems in that area.