Hi, Sheri! Well, I don't know anything about voice and I don't think (although I'm not sure) that Texas allows voice writers as officials (I need to look that up), but I guess they use them in Louisiana. Jill, of course, knows all about it -- so she can help you there - I haven't a clue about financing on that.
All I can tell you is that CCR is fantastic - it's the same thing as being in a classroom-- I am so much better at writing, although I lost a lot of speed and I just spent the last 2 weeks moving, so I'm still behind -- I wouldn't trade it. Nicky is a fantastic support and of course, financing can be had through FAFSA. BRB - sorry
Hey, Sheri! What's new? What are you up to? I saw on Jill's page you might consider voice writing -- she seems to be doing well with it -- I am sticking to machine--if you decide to go with machine, I'd recommend CCR! It's like being on ground! CRID should get a clue, but why bother when people pay so much and don't know the difference? At any rate, if you have questions about it, several of us can fill you in.
Everything else going okay? Let me know - miss seeing you in class!
I'm at 140 right now. I need 1 more test to pass to get into 160.
I know how money issues can cause breaks in school. I took one of those too. For years I would go to school part-time focusing on the academic portion only 'cause I had to work full-time. But since 2008, I've been back to school full-time, and I work part-time at a law office, plus doing freelance transcription assignments from anyone who needs me. I'm almost done with ALL my academics. I currently only need 1 more to pass, which is Transcript Prep. Other than that class, I'm just working on my speed. It's hard to be disciplined, but I really gotta get on my machine EVERY DAY!!!
How about you? What school do you go to? How far along are you, speed-wise and academic-wise?
I love your "About Me." I can relate 'cause I'm a CR student too and have my fair share of crying fits FOR SURE! Hahaha! I have bags under my eyes too, but we CR students keep pressing on 'cause we know... IT WILL ALL BE WORTH IT!!! :)
Hi, Shari. I saw your post in Transcriptionists Group. I am also a student and wanting to get into Medical Transcribing but don't know where to start. When I think I'm on the right track, it ends up being a dead in. Do you use your machine while working? I have heard that it is possible but no one seems to know how and/or where to get started.
Any advice you have would be appreciated more than you could possibly know : ) Thank you!