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    To work as a court reporter in Georgia, candidates must successfully pass the National Verbatim Reporters Association’s Certified Verbatim Reporter (CVR) test or the Certified Court Reporter (CCR) test with backup.
    
    Realtime Voice Academy is the first to offer CCR test preparation in addition to CVR test preparation.

    Realtime Voice Academy offers test preparation for the National Verbatim Reporters Association’s court reporting test, the Georgia test, the Registered CART Provider (Communication Access Realtime Translation) test and the Registered Broadcast Captioner test.  We also welcome students that are required to pass state certification tests.  

    Even after years of school, many students arrive at tests unprepared.

    Realtime Voice Academy’s test preparation courses lead to real results, from quicker pass rates to speedy employment.

    With live and online prep classes, quality study materials, and practice tests, Realtime Voice Academy is your best choice for NVRA test preparation.

    Turn test anxieties into confidence and higher scores with Realtime Voice Academy’s 20-week course focused on preparing you in every way for the national test given by the National Verbatim Reporters Association.

Our mission is to assist motivated students in reaching their voice-writing goals quickly and economically.

For Georgia residents only!
Georgia has recently reinstated the test with audio backup.

    The CCR "backup" test allows candidates to record the test dictation and produce a transcript from the recording rather than having to produce a transcript from their voice alone.  The test is given by the NVRA and candidates do have to pass the NVRA written test along with the Georgia written test.  Candidates taking the backup test will receive a CCR, Certified Court Reporter, designation and not the national designation of CVR, Certified Verbatim Reporter.   With this certification, they can only work in Georgia.  Learning to dictate at 225 words per minute takes practice and time.  Because this test allows candidates to produce a transcript from a recorded dictation instead of their voice, test readiness can be reached much sooner.


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