Christine Grucci
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At 6:54 on November 1, 2009, Julie Samford said…
You're so welcome, and no, I'm not a student anymore but I did my time in school back in the '80s! It's worth every minute of what you're going through now... a wonderful career! Good luck!
At 1:32 on November 1, 2009, Christine (Steno Nerd) said…
Hi, Christine!

Thanks so much for the friend add! :)

Thanks also so much for the kind, generous, enthusiastic words about my blog -- Makes me happy! :) Hehehe. I really appreciate your feedback!

Hope you had a fun and safe Halloween! Talk to you later!

At 21:18 on October 31, 2009, Christine Grucci said…
Thanks Christine for the birthday wish. I checked out your blog, it's awesome!! There's so much inspiring information on there. Keep going and congratulations on passing your 180's!! Christine G
At 20:41 on October 26, 2009, Christine (Steno Nerd) said…

I'm a court reporting student, too! Please check out my blog -- -- where I chronicle my court reporting journey and where I hope to be an encouragement to fellow students like yourself. Thanks in advance!

BTW, nice name! Hehehe. ;)

Hope you're enjoying your SPECIAL DAY!!!

At 16:35 on October 26, 2009, Julie Samford said…
Happy Birthday!

At 7:04 on September 22, 2009, Anthony D. Frisolone said…
Hey Christine, just practice every day. I suggest about two hours a day in addition to the dictation you get during class time. I believe in quality over quantity when it comes to practicing. Also, use your realtime as a way to get instant feedback on what you're doing. And when you're done with your practice session, edit that session so you can get practice using Case CATalyst.
At 9:19 on September 12, 2009, Christine Grucci said…
I'm an online court reporting student trying to build speed and pass my tests. What is the best way to increase speed? I know that accuracy has to come first and I'm striving for cleaner notes everytime I practice. Does anyone have advice on the best way to increase speed and accuracy? My goal is to increase my speed 40wpm a semester. Any suggestions? Thanks

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