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I recently sat an interpreting test with an international organisation. I think I was good but the jury did not consider my performance a pass. Can AIIC do something about this?

asked 24 Oct '11, 23:55

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edited 25 Oct '11, 00:20

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Vincent Buck

Not really. Did you try to get specific, detailed feedback from the jury? That's probably your best bet so you can prepare better for the next time around.

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answered 25 Oct '11, 00:44

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