StenoCat 32 Scopist (Send Work Request)


StenoCat 32 Scopist (Send Work Request)

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Need a StenoCat 32 Scopist 1 Reply

Hello,Any StenoCat 32 scopists available for work right now?  Nothing awful, just workers' comp right now.  Just need some help getting it off my computer.E-mail me if interested and…Continue

Started by Kimberly Hanna. Last reply by Vickie LeBlanc Oct 11, 2016.

Scopist Needed

I need a scopist on StenoCat32 to help me with transcripts now.    Please contact me ASAP if you can help me at GilbertContinue

Started by Kelley Gilbert Dec 11, 2014.

Court reporter looking to switch over to proofreading/scoping

Hello, my name is Allison Wolfe. I recently got my court reporting degree and have been working as a deposition reporter in NYC for several months. I would like to start working as a scopist…Continue

Started by Allison Wolfe Apr 7, 2012.

Need a Scopist Asap 1 Reply

Need a scopist ASAP for a videodepo with a 24hour turnaround. I'm working on it now... Who can help?MichelleSavage@comcast.netContinue

Started by Michelle Savage. Last reply by Cathy Houser Mar 15, 2012.

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Comment by Susan Leland on January 19, 2012 at 15:55

Expert scopist for hire.  20 years' experience.  Available now.

Fast and accurate work.  Please call Sue.   831-419-5241


Comment by Cheri Richards on July 14, 2011 at 16:18
I have been scoping with StenoCat 32 w/audio for 10 years. I attended court reporting school up to 180 wpm but had to drop out due to an accident. My turnaround time is whatever you need it to be. My rate is $1.00 per page, with or without audio. I will listen to audio word for word, not just spot check, at no extra charge. I am very honest and will let you know up front if I cannot meet your timeframe, which would be very rare. I have never missed a deadline. I have scoped just about everything and I am always willing to learn. It is your transcript and it will be done your way. I currently live in Nevada but have scoped for reporters in many states so I am familar with many different formats.

I look forward to hearing from you at


Comment by Carol Paradise on June 22, 2011 at 5:08
I have been a full-time reporter for 29 years and have just recently retired from reporting and doing scoping and proofreading.  I specialize in medical.  I can offer a super fast turnaround and competitive rates.   
Comment by Peggy Linhorst on December 14, 2009 at 5:42
Hi, Terry. The first thing I did when I was considering scoping was to do some research on online scoping courses. The courses' websites have lots of information on scoping and can help you determine if scoping is a good fit for you. Just Google "online scoping courses" and you'll find the information you'll need to choose which course suits your needs best and then go from there. Good luck!
Comment by Terry L. Kozakevich, RPR on December 13, 2009 at 19:47
I'm new to this site. I'm looking to become a scopist and just logged on and joined. Any tips for me? Thanks for any help you have.


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