Kicking the errors out of your transcripts


Greetings! My name is Zorana. I’m another one of those word nerds with my powers of proofreading always switched on; I can’t help but notice when things are out of place. Along with silently editing people’s grammar as they speak, I specialize in proofreading transcripts for court reporters. To master this art, I went to Black Belt Proofreading Academy to earn my – okay. Just joking. There’s no such academy. But that would be a pretty cool name 😉 I did, however, complete Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice™, a rigorous course that tailors a proofreader’s skills to the court reporting industry.

When I’m not overthinking comma placements, I love bike rides and taking long hikes, as you’ll notice by the nature theme of the website. And, yes, I do actually have a black belt from my very first love: taekwondo.

Feel free to browse the site, and if you think that we would make a great team, get in touch with me!

Every job is a self-portrait of the person who did it. Let’s autograph your transcript with excellence…



Communication is key in a good working relationship. I answer to jobs promptly and strive to be someone you can count on. However impossible the deadline may be, I’m your go-to proofer to get it done.



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Enough said. 😉


Your work is important to you and a reflection of your character. Same here. I will not return a transcript to you that reflects anything less than my very best effort.

Increase your output by spending less time doing work that’s meant for a second pair of eyes (moi!). Check out the variety of mistakes I’ve caught in the samples below, annotated via PDF method for clearest view of corrections.

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Aside from kicking out embarrassing mishaps in spelling, I also watch out for:

  • Punctuation
  • Tricky capitalization
    (e.g., generic/brand-name medications)
  • Rogue misspellings of names, addresses, e-mails
  • Consistency
    (e.g., numbers, formatting, exhibits)
  • Context
    (e.g., missing words, homophones, colloquy)
  • Alignment

Want to spend less time staring at your own work
and more time making money from it?