Interpreting States Certification Test's TIPS

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Maria A Moreno in Los Angeles, California

103 months ago

Hi everyone. I would like to start a new discussion on TIPS for the State Certification test. Since it costs $250 dollars to take it, I found myself in a crossroad with so much information to study from (vocabulary, techniques, etc, etc.). It would be SUCH A GREAT HELP if those who have taken de test would share their comments: I understand that the ORAL part for example has it's variations time to time; for example, one time they make a difficult and comvoluted CONSECUTIVE and an easy and short SIMULTANEOUS and viceversa. You can also share the themes or fields on where the test are about. I think it would save all of us time and NOT effort since we have tons to study. Thank you in advance for your cooperation...

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GLORIA BERNAL in Colton, California

103 months ago

IM ACTUALLY INTERESTED IN PURSUING A CAREER AS AN INTERPRETER I CURRENTLY GOT MY ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN BUSSINESS ADMINISTRATION! IM FLUENT IN SPANISH THEREFORE I WANT TO USE THAT AS AN ASSET MY COUSELOR ADVISE ME TO TAKE AN ADVANCE SPANISH CLASS AND THEN TAKE THE TEST BUT I KNOW IS MORE THAN JUST TAKING A SPANISH CLASS PLEASE I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR ADVISE

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kaiser employee in Lakewood, California

101 months ago

ima be nice. ENGLISH: VERACITY. INSULAR. CONTINGENT SPANISH: CELADA, MERENGUAR, UNGUENTO, AND THATS NOTHING! WORDS LIKE THAT NON STOP!

PS.

I was taking court interpreting classes at southern california school of interpreting and have 2 cd's from the proffesor there and 2 text books that i paid 575.00 for each course by Mr, Wagner. Im no longer interested in this field do to failed oral state exams. Im willing to sell these at a reasonable price. They prepare you for the oral state exam in california. I have 2 books that i paid 200 each for that prepare you for the written state exam. I can almost be sure they will help you pass. (i did) willing to sell them also. ANY TAKERS???

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alicia in Tustin, California

87 months ago

kaiser employee in Lakewood, California said: ima be nice. ENGLISH: VERACITY. INSULAR. CONTINGENT SPANISH: CELADA, MERENGUAR, UNGUENTO, AND THATS NOTHING! WORDS LIKE THAT NON STOP!

PS.

I was taking court interpreting classes at southern california school of interpreting and have 2 cd's from the proffesor there and 2 text books that i paid 575.00 for each course by Mr, Wagner. Im no longer interested in this field do to failed oral state exams. Im willing to sell these at a reasonable price. They prepare you for the oral state exam in california. I have 2 books that i paid 200 each for that prepare you for the written state exam. I can almost be sure they will help you pass. (i did) willing to sell them also. ANY TAKERS???

Do you still want to sell them?

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Purple in San Diego, California

81 months ago

kaiser employee in Lakewood, California said: ima be nice. ENGLISH: VERACITY. INSULAR. CONTINGENT SPANISH: CELADA, MERENGUAR, UNGUENTO, AND THATS NOTHING! WORDS LIKE THAT NON STOP!

PS.

I was taking court interpreting classes at southern california school of interpreting and have 2 cd's from the proffesor there and 2 text books that i paid 575.00 for each course by Mr, Wagner. Im no longer interested in this field do to failed oral state exams. Im willing to sell these at a reasonable price. They prepare you for the oral state exam in california. I have 2 books that i paid 200 each for that prepare you for the written state exam. I can almost be sure they will help you pass. (i did) willing to sell them also. ANY TAKERS???

Do you still have the material?

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