How to Study for a Shorthand Exam

I had a good laugh at this one. Apparently you study the same as you do for any other exam, including “Stenography Jeopardy” with your classmates.

I’m not sure how to do stenography exercises on a computer. Even better is recording your hours doing exercises, because “You want your resume to list a large number of hours experience.” 

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  1. Hmmm, looking at the other pages on that site after searching for "shorthand" gives me no confidence in the site at all. Find a local school that teaches it. Learn the letter shapes, then brief forms. For Pitman, learn letter shapes and which lines are heavy/light — but no mention of blends (which Pitman does in strange ways). Confidence in that site? Zip.

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