Tag Archive: Q & A

Mar 02

Steno Resources: Printed Testimony

If you have an Android phone or tablet, or a Google Play app, you can get some printed testimony that can be used for practice. If writing from paper is part of your steno study, or if you are looking for printed material that you can time and record, this is a useful resource. Doing …

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Jul 11

Practice Video: The Odd Couple- My Strife In Court

LOL when Felix tried to clean up the witness stand and the classic breakdown of the word, “assume.” It would have been nice if there was a court reporter present in the scene though. Here are some briefs and phrases from the video: briefcase= BRAOEFK or BRAOEF/KA*IS vacation= VAIGS Detroit= DROIT Cleveland= KLAOEFLD or KLAOEFNLD …

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May 18

I Love Steno: The Student Edition- The Different Types Of Q & A

Q & A testing can be a very varied experience. The test can be a variety of short answers, long answers, multi-syllabic words, short words, medical terminology, etc. To be prepared you should practice a variety of different Q & A formats. I compare it to being a runner who can marathon, sprint, and hurdle …

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Mar 29

Practice Audio: Q & A 170-210 (2-Voice)

I’m a big fan of John DeCaro’s practice audio. I especially love the way he does the Q & A. His Q & A actually has different people dictating along with him so that you hear more than one person’s voice. This is helpful to me because I noticed that I have developed a habit …

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Mar 02

Q & A Phrases

Here is an excellent video I found on you tube of Q & A phrases. Briefs are given in the video for the phrases. The video also has sentences containing the phrases. Here’s my hindsight is 20/20 advice: Learn these phrases as soon as you can after theory! If your school hasn’t implemented these phrases …

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Mar 01

4-Voice 160 Q & A

Here are some briefs from the video: photograph= FOEF degrees= DREZ bicycle= BAOIBLG arrow= ROER area= AER A. Correct= KRFRPBLGTS let me see= LEMZ physical evidence= FAEFD anything else= NILGS relied= RAO*ID points of impact= POIFKTS photos= FOEFTS point of contact= POIFK car accident= KARX measurement= MURMT highway= HOI angle= AENL designated= SDEGTD deposition= DEPGS …

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Feb 03

The Different Types Of Q & A

Q & A testing can be a very varied experience. The test can be a variety of short answers, long answers, multi-syllabic words, short words, medical terminology, etc. To be prepared you should practice a variety of different Q & A formats. I compare it to being a runner who can marathon, sprint, and hurdle …

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Nov 29

Practice Video: 200 Q & A

Here are some briefs and phrases from the video: at any time= TNT liquor= LIR no, sir= NOS what happened= WHAPD police station= PLAIGS do you know= DAOUN back seat= SBAOET handcuffed= HKD front seat= FRAOET I don’t think so= YONGS unusual= NAOURB I don’t remember= YORM at that time= TAT assault and battery= SAUB …

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Oct 05

Practice Video: Bill Gates Deposition Part 2 (1998)

Here are some briefs and phrases from the video: may have been= MAIFB various= VAIRBS competitor= KPET/TOR or KPET/O*R platform= PLAFRM internet= SBET or SBNT union= AOUN e-mail= AOEM retail= TRAEL capabilities= KPABLTS I don’t think= YONG feature= FAOERT intension= SBENGS initial= NIRB package= PAJ in or about= NOERB series= SAOERS memorandum= MUMD memo= MOEM …

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Sep 14

Practice Video: Bill Gates Deposition Part 1 (1998)

Here are some briefs and phrases from the video: chairman= KHAIRM Microfoft= MAOIRK/SOFT or MAOIRKT computer= KPAOURT dictionary= DRAIRB edition= YIGS concept= SKEPT software= SWA*ER softball= SBAUL so many= SOM effective= FEF device= DWAOIS definition= DPINGS inventory= VEN accurate= KRAK inaccurate= NAEK browser= BROURS technology= TJ navigation= NAFGS internet= SBET context= KEGT e-mail= AOEM memorandum= …

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