General Transcription?

General Transcription? Topic: Thesis samples graduate
July 21, 2019 / By Carlota
Question: I am a single mother of a 4 year old little girl. I get no child support from her father, because he has nothing to do with her. I work full-time in a hospital and go to school to hopefully one day become a nurse. In the meantime, I am looking an online general transcriptionist job to provide extra income to pay the bills for me and my daughter. I can type very fast and feel that I would do whatever it took to make extra money. However, I am having a hard time finding a website that is hiring. Can anyone who does this give me any ideas? I am looking for someone like Speak-Write that pays per word you type, but they are not currently taking applications. Any suggestions? I have to do something fast to pay the bills! Thanks
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Aneta Aneta | 3 days ago
Besides being an accomplished transcriber, you are probably an accomplished typist - word processor who should visit your local city college or university librarian, where you can apply as a "certified" graduate typist, earning between $1.50 to $2.00 per page for a master or doctoral thesis. The librarian will provide you with a sample of the typing template (i.e., margin settings, font selection, page set up, etc.) in order to complete these projects. An average weekend income is about $300-$400 for two days work. Good luck!
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Aneta Originally Answered: DNA Transcription, which strand?
DNA bases are always added on in the 5' to 3' direction. Both strands can be transcribed but for each gene, it is the strand with the promotor on it that is used as the coding strand (the one where complementary bases will attatch to form the mRNA). The other strand will be the template strand as it will be almost identicle to the mRNA strand formed except when Thymine is present in the DNA, Uraceil will be present in the mRNA

Wilbur Wilbur
Good luck to you! I am also a single mother to a sweet, sweet girl whose father does not contribute to her support. Congrats on working so hard to better your situation! I've also been looking for opportunities to make a little extra money, but all of the web sites I've found were scams or dead ends! :(
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Sanford Sanford
Be very careful not to get scammed. Most of the transcription "jobs" you'll find online are scams. You don't need to lose any of the money you are already working so hard for. Good luck with school and life.
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Nat Nat
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Nat Originally Answered: I'm just really confused with Transcription and Translation.?
okay, so you have a dna. and then enzymes come in and unzip the dna, and the copying of a the dna to the Mrna is called transcription. then, the Mrna leaves the nucleus through the nuclear pores, and goes to a ribosome. the Trna 's then matches up anti codons with the codons on the Mrna, which forms amino acids according to the codon code, which is translation.

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