Court Reporting Assessment


Court Reporting Assessment

Skills Assessment

Court Reporting is the verbatim shorthand reporting method used primarily to record legal proceedings. The information recorded is transcribed creating an official transcript that is considered a legal document when completed by a "certified" court reporter. This recording procedure is also used for medical and business transcription purposes, e.g. medical transcription, meetings, conventions, public hearings, closed captioning, and other private activities. Topics on this test include grammar, punctuation, legal terminology, medical terminology, general terminology, and steno note taking. This test would be appropriate to be given to anyone looking to function as a court reporter.

Tests for Legal Abbreviations, Legal Filing Skills, and for Legal Typing are also available.


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Total Questions 49
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Grammar
General Terminology
Legal Terminology
Medical Terminology
Tasks Tested Present Tense of Went
Preposition Use
Plural Possessive
Present Tense of Was
Possessive (Genitive) Case
Correlative Conjunction
Singular Possessive
Joint Ownership
Compound Adjective
Comma and Punctuation Usage
Interrupted and Incomplete Statements
Quoted Unfamiliar or Technical Terms
Quotation Grammar
Question Mark -- Request or Command
Ellipsis as Final Punctuation
Constable Definition
Incite Definition
Mnemonic Definition
Pragmatic Definition
Castigate Definition
Premarital Definition
Allege Definition
Stoic Definition
Writ Definition
Immanent Definition
Spelling and Definition
Difficulty Hearing Witness
Steno Notes
Word Per Minute
Talking at the Same Time
Stone Machine
Note Reading - Figure 3
Note Reading - Figure 2
Note Reading - Figure 1