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In re Amendments to Rule 3 and Rule 4 of State Board of Examiners of Certified Shorthand Reporters

Supreme Court of Oklahoma

April 8, 2019

In re: Amendments to Rule 3 and Rule 4 of the State Board of Examiners of Certified Shorthand Reporters, 20 O.S. 2011, ch. 20, app. 1

          ORDER

         Rule 3 and Rule 4 of the State Board of Examiners of Certified Shorthand Reporters, 20 O.S. 2011, ch. 20, app. 1, are hereby amended as shown on the attached Exhibit "A." Rules 3 and 4 with the amended language noted are attached as Exhibit "B". The amended rules shall be effective April 12, 2019.

         EXHIBIT A

         Rules of the State Board of Examiners of Official Shorthand Reporters Title 20, Chapter 20, App. 1 Rule 3. Eligibility.

         a) Every candidate who seeks to be examined for enrollment as a certified shorthand reporter shall:

         1) Prove to the satisfaction of the Board that he/she is:

i) of legal age;
ii) meets the requisite standards of ethical fitness; and
iii) has at least a high school education, or the equivalent thereof.

         This information shall be furnished to the Board by a sworn, notarized affidavit;

         2) Prove to the satisfaction of the Board that he/she possesses a minimum level of court reporting proficiency which would allow the applicant to meet the examination requirements established in Section 1503(B)(1) of Title 20. An applicant may satisfy such requirements by obtaining verification through a court reporting school official of the applicant's level of proficiency, as outlined by the test application; by passing a preliminary proficiency examination, which has been approved by the Board; or by proving that the applicant has previously held any state or national shorthand reporting certificate or license;

         3) Submit to the Secretary of the Board, or a designee, a properly completed application form provided by the Board, accompanied by such evidence, statements or documents as required by the Board, including an examination fee receipt from the Clerk of the Supreme Court showing payment of the fees required by the Board and approved by the Supreme Court;

         4) Declare that he/she is a writer of shorthand by one of the accepted methods set forth in Section 1503(D) of Title 20 of the Oklahoma Statutes; and

         5) Provide such additional proof as may be required by the Board to establish that the candidate meets the requirements set forth in Section 1503 of Title 20 of the Oklahoma Statutes.

         b) Academic dishonesty during the examination process will result in the applicant's disqualification, and the applicant may not take the examination again for two (2) years from the date ...


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