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Community Interpreting (Do test results matter for agencies?)
Thread poster: Silvina Gospodinova

Silvina Gospodinova  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 18:00
Member (2008)
English to Bulgarian
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Sep 30, 2008

Hello to everyone:)

I have just received the results of my course work in Community Interpreting. As you know there are 3 components so I have 2 times Level 3 and Level 2 in my Glossary task.
Should i resubmit my Glossary and aim for Level 3 or it doesn`t matter for the Agencies?
The thing is if it is good to have Level 3 on all the tasks I will aim for it, but if it is not so important then why should I pay extra?!
I am anyway enrolling in the DPSI Law option and they said it doesn`t matter what are my Levels as there is an entry test.

Could someone advise please?

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2008-09-30 09:46]


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