Steno Test Strategy for Court Reporting Students: Part of the The Shastay Way Instructional Series for Steno Success

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TitleSteno Test Strategy for Court Reporting Students: Part of the The Shastay Way Instructional Series for Steno Success
Steno Test Strategy for Court Reporting Student is an eye-opening book. You don't need to drill and drill until your fingers fall off. All you need is a game plan. Read the book. Absorb the tips. Put them into action, and WITH YOUR PRESENT SKILLS, you will perform much better on your stenography tests. It's a great book for students in school or professionals who need to brush up for certification tests. Anyone who practices machine shorthand will benefit from his down-to-earth, no-nonsense approach. No hard rules. No difficult things to learn. Just follow easy-to-understand advice, and you will begin to perform at your highest level on every test.
It's a good book full of tips, and you can't beat the price. We're practically giving it away.
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  • Learning StenEd currently and open to any and all tips.. it’s taking me WAYYYY too long. Wondering if advice is independent of the theory you are learning?

    • Hi Jill,
      I learned StenEd too, and am taking an educated guess that you’re in theory. The advice in this book is completely independent of any theory, but it’s aimed at students who are taking speedbuilding tests. Some theories brief nearly everything from the start, and of course we’ll hear all about the success stories and those who zipped through the program. Others such as StenEd have students “write out” a lot, but the theory principles acknowledge word parts and allow you to build words phonetically. Hope that helps.