Thanks for adding me as a friend. I've met some
wonderful people on here that Im grateful to have been able to know. Look forward to getting to know you too. Congrat's on passing 180! I remember how hard 180 was for me. It seems to be a big hurdle for a lot of people. The good news is the rest of it comes much easier or so it seems! Do you also work somewhere?
I started school in 2002 and had a baby in there too. It is hard to go to school, work, and have two kids (three if you count hubby, who isn't supportive of school).
Now I have to work as much as I can so I take on a lot of work and have no time for school. One day when things ease up, I will return my full focus to school.
I am AAERT certified but I'm not an authorized transcriptionist because I don't have a court contract. I have a reporter certify my transcripts for me. I was told to do that by the lady at the Supremem Court. I actually don't do muchtranscription work because of that.
I mostly proofread and I scope for a few reoprters, but because I want time to practice I'm also trying to get away from scoping too much. If you want to contact me by phone that's fine: 602-714-1146. I'm in the West Valley. Katherine helped me a lot to get started in transcription many years ago. I'm more than happy to help anyone who needs info for scoping, proofing, or transcription.
Welcome to CSRnation. How's school going? I kind of miss it and I'm so busy working that I don't have time to do it at home right now. I'm trying to figure out I can do that. Going back to a "brick" school won't help either because of the amount of time it sucks out of my day just driving there. Oh well, one day... :)
Hi, I found your page while waiting for a depo to start
and would like to add you to my friends list.
My name is Deb. Feel free to IM me when
you see me on if you need some answers from an experienced reporter!