Being heard summarily means being heard in the Magistrates’ Court. If that is what will happen in your case press “yes”.
Some charges can be heard summarily if the Magistrate accepts that the Magistrates’ Court is the appropriate place to hear the case. Or charges can be heard summarily if the Prosecution withdraw the charges that were forcing the matter to be heard in the higher Courts.
With the charges that were taking the matter to the higher Courts withdrawn your charges can now go through the summary process.
Often though cases resolve to be heard summarily as a plea. Therefore they do not have to go through all the stages of a summary case.
If your matter is not being heard summarily then press “No”.