The exclusive book specifically designed to help any court reporting student easily pass the dictation exam the next time they take it - for any state test.

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“I read this entire book and was amazed at the excellent content it contains. As my heart is near and dear to the methods of writing short (mastering lots of briefs for words and phrases) and practicing at high speeds so as to more quickly gain finger speed, I was delighted to see that Cale heartily promotes both in this book.
“I recommend this book for any court reporter or student who wants to pass that CSR or RPR examination. Not only does he cover the skill side of testing, but also the mental/psychological side, which is crucial. His insights are sure to help those with test nerves and concentration problems.”

Mark Kislingbury, CSR, RDR, CRR

Texas Court Reporters Association Hall of Fame
Four-time Texas Speed Cup Champion
Seven-time NCRA Speed Champion
Four-time NCRA Realtime Champion
Guinness World Record Holder for World’s Fastest Court Reporter (360wpm)

Pass the Court Reporting Exam is a unique book that comes with many features you will love.


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Certified Help
This exclusive book is the only of its kind that has certified court reporters contribute their secret tips, tricks, and techniques on how to pass your certification exam.

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Universal Format
Designed for universal reading, the book can be easily read on your computer, tablet, or even your phone.  You can even print the book for your convenience.

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Writing AND Psychology Tips
The only book that teaches how to specifically increase your performance for your writing AND how to keep calm thoughts and emotions during your exam.

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Search, Bookmark, and More
The digital book means you can search for any term or phrases inside, and the bookmarks allow you to jump to any part of the book with just one click.


 

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