Court Reporting Schools
Does anyone know of a credible court reporting school in California?
Hmmmm … what part of California is? I in north and there are some good schools. One is Sacramento Argonaut, which is a good school and has a very high pass rate not to mention it is only $ 600 year, including books, etc. Actually, is funded through the school district and it is so affordable. There are also other college Bryan school located in River Gold, which also have an excellent program, but enrollment is approximately $ 10,000 per year because it is a private school. Good luck to you and feel free to an email with any further questions!
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