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Clerical - Mock Interview

  1. What experience have you had in typing letters?
  2. What experience have you had in typing reports?
  3. What experience have you had in typing data tables?
  4. Name the most common forms of punctuation and describe their use.

Court Stenographer - Mock Interview

  1. What should a stenographer do if a witness who is scheduled for a court appearance does not show up to testify?
  2. Name some sources that are useful to a stenographer.


  1. What are some of the techniques that you can use to make a visitor feel more comfortable?
  2. How would you greet a visitor to the office?
  3. You have a number of people in the office waiting for help.   How will you handle the people?
  4. What experience have you had as a receptionist?
    Public contact and customer service experience can supplement or substitute for receptionist experience.

Secretary - Mock Interview 

  1. Tell us about your proofreading experience.
  2. What experience have you had in maintaing a manager's work schedule?
  3. What do you consider before committing your manager to a meeting?
  4. What are the three major types of errors that should be considered when proofreading a document?
  5. What reference sources should you use to insure that an outgoing correspondence is accurate and correct?
  6. What are the basic components of a business letter?
  7. Tell us about your experience as a secretary.
    Don't forget to mention how many managers you supported or their level.
  8. Under which circumstances would you use a memorandum instead of a letter?
    Usually memorandums are for internal communications while letters are used for external communications.
  9. What information should be included in typing a letter in response to a citizen?



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