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Sick? Pass Your Court Reporting Tests!
Not feeling great? A little under the weather? Now’s the perfect time to pass your court reporting tests! I’ve seen it happen time and time again. A student walks into a classroom, steno machine under one arm, a box of … Continue reading
A Steno School Story … And You’re Fired!
I think it’s safe to say I’ve done every job on the teaching side of court reporting. I started off as a reader in steno school. I did academic grading for a long time. I taught every speed class at … Continue reading
Get On The Court Reporting School Roller Coaster!
Welcome to court reporting school! Make sure to sit back in your seat and lower the safety bar. Keep your hands in the car at all times. All clear? Away we go! Click… click… click… click… click… AHHHHHHHHHH!!! Does that … Continue reading
Court Reporting Students – Learn From Kids!
Court reporting students spend pretty much all of their time learning from adults. That’s a big mistake! Little kids, pure and energetic, sometimes have a lot more to offer in terms of advice, energy and common sense. Sometimes the basics … Continue reading
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State Court Reporting Requirements – What the…?
Has anyone looked at the court reporting requirements in each state – every state? I have – it’s crazy! My very first job in this field was working at a court reporting school in California in about 1995 – Donna … Continue reading