As part of the Notary Public application process, the Colorado Secretary of State requires that new applicants (and renewing notaries that have allowed their commission to lapse) also pass the Colorado Notary Public Exam which is provide by the state. The purpose of this test is to assess the applicant's knowledge of the guidelines and procedures that are taught in the required notary training class.
The state's test is open book, should take about thirty minutes to complete, and can be completed on either a PC/Windows or Macintosh computer with a recent version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome. Although it might sound intimidating, it's really not that big of a deal especially if you've completed a thorough notary training course.
The system will provide a certificate of testing after the exam is passed. This certificate, along with the certificate of training provided by our course after completion, are both submitted to the state as part of the application process.
All of the information that's on the exam is covered in our training course. We also give you a test at the end of our course that you can think of as a practice exam. And, of course, we offer a 100% guarantee that you will pass the Colorado Notary Public Exam.