Monday, 7 March 2016

8 easy ways to gain speed in stenography?

Stenography is a method used for writing down the words that someone says very quickly by using a special type of writing (also known as "Shorthand")

A stenographer has to be very quick in writing and has to be able to cope up with the speaker for his writing.

I'll show you six ways to gain speed in stenography.

1. At first you have to speed up your handwriting. That's the very first thing you should do.
Because, stenography is nothing but writing as fast as you can, racing with the speakers voice.

So, the faster you write the better you become a stenographer.

2. Then, try to write in "keywords" instead of full lines. This 3-4 keywords will lead you to the full sentences.
You will make it full while you are travelling or stuck in  a jam or just before submitting the paper. But don't forget to take a look at the edited part. Because, editing is the last section of any type of writing.

3. Use symbols in writing keywords. Trust me, this is great to save your time.
Like: "+" instead of plus or "&" instead of "and". Got it??

4. Try to do a course in Shorthand writing system. If you work hard you can reach 190-210 wpm.
Besides, if you can' get your time to do that, non-symbolic is not a bad idea at all. 

5. You can use boustrophedon.
It is an ancient method of writing in which the lines run alternately from right to left and from left to right.

6. Before, going to the field; try to do it in home. A recorded conversation on your favorite topic will surely boost you up.

7. Match your timing. It's important. You should concentrate in your writing and try to save time as much as you can. 


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8. And at last but not the least, "Practice." It is practice which makes a man perfect.
So, don' waste your time. Hurry up.





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