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Judy Young did not get a fair review. Notary is a very difficult exam. Another, prominent teacher stated he knows of no other professional exam with such a low pass rate. Pass rates are only 20% on average today. They were as low as 5% or so, in 2013 or 2014.
This business should be named Errors R Us or Arrogant Snafu Notary. I always caught their errors promptly. Last time there, however, I did not. I paid and noticed the errors later. Upon calling the errors to their attention, was I offered apology? Were corrections made? Was money refunded? Not hardly. Instead the lady in charge, Dajuana Moore, blamed me for not noticing their errors before I accepted the documents, which were based on complete and accurate information I provided.
I'm 62 and tired of being told I have to present age ID for purchases that are only for people 21 and over. The Hi Nabor policy of allowing cashiers to ID everyone, no matter how old they look, is an invasion of privacy, a hassle and just plain unreasonable. And then if you don't present the ID, they refuse you service. That makes it much more of a hassle. AND TOTALLY UNNECESSARY. The cashiers do not need to see where I live, my height, weight, and most of all my Dr. Lic. number. They only need to look at me to tell I am over 21. To Hi Nabor management how to you justify making me show my ID? If you agree with me, please let management know they should change this policy. Thanks
As an instructor for the Louisiana Notary Public exam, you are better off learning from a monkey than to take Judy Young's class. Ms. Young's teaching method's are horrible, non-productive and non-effective in not only preparing for the state exam but learning notary law in general. The homework assignments were the best way to learn because most of the answers given were incorrect and you were debating the reasoning - once you got her to stop reading her outdated material and getting through her snarky and poor attempts at invalidation in order for her to listen. She is rude, condescending, inept, inadequate, and extremely subpar as an instructor. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY OR YOUR TIME! The only reason why I give it one star is because there is not zero star (or negative star) option.