Below is the PDF from the NCRA. This is how we will grade our tests. In the yellow binder, from CRAH there is a copy as well. Pay attention to the box on page two, "these will not be counted as errors." Since we, CRAH students will be the ones to grade our own tests, we should probably know the rules inside and out. Remember, the NCRA will not see our notes. They only see our final transcript. This is also a good place to add that you have to hold yourself accountable. If you fudge the errors by two or three, just to "pass" you are really only hurting yourself. Court Reporting and Captioning at Home doesn't care if you pass this week or next. But you have to eventually write 1,125 words with only 56 errors. (225wpm for 5 minutes at 95%)
So my speed building days are finally upon me! I received 4 emails from support. I saved and printed everything. They sent a detailed schedule of what to practice and for how long to practice it. they sent our audio drill broken down into 15 second increments. More on that later. They sent all CRAH and NCRA's grading guidelines And lastly, a bunch of info on how speed building works. Testing, grading, practicing, failing a test, etc. Everyone's practice regime will be different. But i assume, that the general speed building criteria is all the same.