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Posts tagged as “Testing”

Coping with test anxiety

By Kay Moody “Let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes…

Making a few adjustments

Long nights of practice and endless speed tests are familiar challenges for court reporting students. But Kayde Rieken, a student at the College of Court…

Sign up for the Written Knowledge Test

Registration opens March 1 for the Written Knowledge Tests for the RPR, RDR, CRC, and CLVS certifications. Candidates have until March 31 to register, and…

Are you eligible for the CRC exception?

Candidates who passed the Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR) test prior to November 2011 are eligible to earn the Certified Realtime Captioner (CRC) upon successful completion…

Top 15 tips to master online testing

By Marybeth Everhart Review the Detailed Instructions found on myRealtimeCoach.com and NCRA.org/testing. Practice the testing process. We all tend to practice just the steno portion of…

NCRA Kindle Fire winner announced

More prizes available for membership renewal A record number of members have renewed their 2015 membership in October. These renewals were driven in part by…

Take back your power from these tests

By Meridith Knepper Carsella As students, we’re taking tests all of the time, particularly in speedbuilding classes. My teacher will remind us frequently, “I can’t…

Getting past test anxiety

By Marybeth Everhart, RPR, CRI, CPE According to Wikipedia, test anxiety is “a combination of physiological over-arousal, tension, and somatic symptoms, along with worry, dread,…