Pass Your Next Skills Test!

Recorded On: 07/23/2022

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Reporters and students know: passing the test makes all the difference—financially, professionally, and personally. Come learn the secrets from those who have been there, done that. Come away with practical tips you can use now to pass your next test with flying colors!  What equipment will you need?  Where can you test?  Who is ProctorU and how are they involved?  In this seminar you will review the entire online testing process, from registration to completion—soup to nuts, you might say.

Total CEU: 0.1

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Video - Pass Your Next Skills Test
Recorded 07/23/2022
Recorded 07/23/2022 **You will not need to enter the four-digit code at the end. When the webinar concludes, please return to take your quiz, complete the survey, and view/print your certificate to gain your CEU credit.**
Webinar Survey
5 Questions
5 Questions Please complete the five survey questions about this webinar from the 2022 NCRA Conference. Your responses will help us improve the content for next year's conference as well as live webinars in the Learning Center.
Quiz - Pass Your Next Skills Test
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  100/100 points to pass
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  100/100 points to pass
Certificate - Pass Your Next Skills Test
0.100 CEU credits  |  Certificate available
0.100 CEU credits  |  Certificate available You must click on "VIEW/PRINT YOUR CERTIFICATE" in order for the credit to be posted to your NCRA transcript.

Marybeth Everhart

Marybeth Everhart, RPR, CRI, has been reporting since 1980 and writing realtime since 1992. She has been a freelance reporter in the Baltimore-Washington area; an official reporter in Brisbane, Australia; provided CART services to such organizations as Self Help for Hard of Hearing and the Neurofibromatosis Foundation; captioned for Gallaudet University; managed a large, multi-office freelance firm; taught court reporting at all levels; and trained on numerous CAT systems over the years. She has served as an advisor to the NCRA Realtime Committee, and as a member of the NCRA Future Group. Marybeth currently serves as a contributing editor to the Journal of Court Reporting, ESPN Newscache, and Maryland Court Reporters newsletter, and is a member of the newly formed NCRA Student Education Commission, and a member of the Council on Approved Student Education.