Thank you jefito for bringing to light my mis-understanding of how the results are displayed. Perhaps it is the Google effect, but I was under the false impression that the results were ordered by relevance and that the sort criteria only came into play when a column was clicked on. Obviously I was mistaken.
So yes, as JMicheal said it appears that what I am asking for is that search results be ordered by relevance. Since such a thing does not exist, that easily explains why notes with the search words in the title are not at the top of the list (unless they are there because they sorted there using the existing sort criteria).
jbenson2, if the word number of each word were stored when the note was saved, ordering by the sum of the average position of each search term should be very quick. If not it could at least sum the first of each term for each note. If even that takes too long it could simply move notes with the search terms in the title to the top of the list.
In my example I didn't search for "Change Password" in quotes because I didn't know the order of the terms in the saved note.
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