RR380 Section D - 2014 Summer Term
RR380: Realtime Reporting Machine Shorthand VIII (225 WPM) - 4 Hours
Through extensive drills on unfamiliar material which includes current events and timed writings, the student will be able to pass three five-minute tests at 180 wpm on literary material, 200 wpm on jury charge material, and 225 wpm on two-voice testimony material. Each test must be transcribed with 95 percent accuracy, all within 75 minutes. Students must pass the tests as described above to be eligible to graduate. The student will be able to write conflict-free outlines with accuracy and to read notes fluently. Laboratory tape sessions augment classroom dictation and instruction. This course is structured to prepare the student for the Illinois CSR and NCRA-RPR machine skills portion of these examinations. Students will be required to transcribe a simulated RPR (Registered Professional Reporter) skills test in 3.75 hours to be eligible to graduate.
|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x2200|
|Seats Filled:||1 of 3|
2014 Summer Term (May 19th, 2014–August 10th, 2014)
|RR380: Realtime Reporting Machine Shorthand VIII (225 WPM)||D||Hovick-Thomas, Theresa||230||M,W 8:15am–10:00am|
Number of classes: 1