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"Took their California approved notary class in the classroom, and they were awesome. Class was filled with a lot of students who were just starting like me and wanting to learn something new. They have loan signing training after the class and offer a lot of advice and information that you can’t get from someone with no notary experience."
To become a notary in California, you must:
1. Be a California Resident at the time of appointment.
2. Be 18 Years of age
3. Complete an approved Course of study.
4. Pass a written, proctored, closed book examination.
5. Pass a background check.
Congratulations! This is always great to learn! If you have passed your exam now, you must await your commission package from the secretary of state to arrive. Once this is received contact us and we can get you sworn in and your supplies done as soon as possible.
With each class that we offer we provide a certificate of completion!
If you do not pass the exam, just reschedule a new examination with us.
1. $40 check or money order payable to the “Secretary of State” for your application to be processed.
2. Your Application Photo if you do not purchase our live scan. If you purchase our live scan, a FREE application photo is provided.
3. A Valid ID
Yes! If you need to check, please use this link directly to their site:
If becoming a notary for first time or not renewing on time, you must take a six hour training. If renewing as a notary, you are required to take a three hour training. However, if desired, it is also satisfactory to take six hour training.
Unfortunately, the secretary of state specifies your commission term is 4 years. If you are not renewing on time you must complete a six hour training.
Commissions are valid for four years from the start of your commencement date. You have four years to operate, then your commission expiration occurs.