Writing any resume is not easy but it can be done with some good tips. The first thing you must be aware of when writing a medical transcriptionist resume is that you need to be straight to the point and list all of the facts. Do not put down any unnecessary information, don't repeat yourself over and over, and make your resume at least one page long. An employer wants to be able to glance at your resume and not a book. They will know from those first few paragraphs that you are exactly who they need.
If you are a new medical transcription graduate you will focus more on educational background (knowledge and skills) rather than on work experience (minimize your lack of experience). List the medical transcription school and when you graduated at the top, rather than at the bottom. You can list how fast you can type and give some details about the medical transcription program and curriculum (including grammar, actual dictation practice, etc.) in your medical transcription course, so potential employers can get an idea of how comprehensive your medical transcription schooling has been.