T-Script is a Professional shorthand system that is easy to learn and fast to write. With this book you can master the skill easily and quickly. It's that simple. You will need this skill if you are, or aim to be, a professional journalist or a reporter, or if you take notes at meetings regularly. Shorthand is the most versatile method of note-taking - you can take notes anywhere using a pen or pencil and a notepad. Editing your notes is simple and fast compared with electronic recordings. Shorthand is an essential tool for journalists at interviews or press conferences. It is also an valuable skill in the office and for taking Minutes at meetings. This book brings the skill within everyone's reach. T-Script is simpler to learn and faster to write than other shorthand methods currently in general use. This book presents a complete course at the professional level - for anyone who takes notes frequently and who needs writing speeds of more than 100 words a minute. It may be used for self-study or as a classroom textbook. Simplicity with speed - Uses an alphabet derived from your familiar longhand letters - easily recognized and learned.
- Single pen-stroke letters that are fast to write. - Has a small set of fixed rules - only three primary abbreviation rules. - Less to remember (the outcome of years of research into the frequency of word sounds). - Designed for high-speed verbatim reporting. (For occasional and general note-taking in the office or the classroom the companion book, Basic Shorthand, is available. This is the Alpha script level of the T-Script shorthand method where the writer's own familiar script letters are used. The abbreviation rules are common to both levels.)