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A glimpse of the action

Last month’s NCRA Convention & Expo in New Orleans, La., was a great success. Student attendees were treated not only to some fun and informative…

How to write super fast under stress

A blog posted on Aug. 2, by Kramm Court Reporting, addresses how the points made in a recent Wall Street Journal article, “The Uncomfortable Practice…

An unforgettable Convention experience

What will you remember the most about this year’s Convention & Expo? Members of NCRA’s Student/Teacher Committee continue the conversation about their experiences at past…

Firm owners fill student swag bags

Firm owners are once again answering the call to ensure that students who attend the 2018 NCRA Convention & Expo in New Orleans, La. in…

My secret to passing the RPR

by Celeste Poppe I started taking the legs of the RPR in November, 2016 and achieved my RPR in April, 2017. I started with the…

Setting goals

By Kay Moody Setting realistic, tangible goals is an essential element of completing court reporting school and developing the speed and accuracy needed to work…

Summer fun (and work)!

Last month, we asked students to write to Up-to-Speed to let us know how they plan to spend their summer. All of them are taking…

Three Conventions and Counting…

Michelle Myott attends South Coast College in Orange, Calif., and has been a student member of NCRA since 2015. This year she will be attending…

Networking advice for students

Cuyahoga Community College’s (Parma, Ohio) Captioning and Court Reporting Club President, Todd Robie, held a “How to Network at a Conference” seminar on April 3…

Casting call for stenographer

On June 6, Fox Channel 5 Good Day Atlanta posted a casting call for a stenographer for a film entitled Mule, being directed by Clint…