Some of these cookies are essential to the operation of the site,
while others help to improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used.
Paula Morrison United Kingdom Local time: 03:37 English to Spanish + ...
Sep 16, 2009
I am planning to sit for the DPSI exam next June 2010 in London and would like to know which centre is more recommendable. I have looked into South Thames College and Tower Hamlets Lifelong Learning Service Centre. One has a good price, considering the exam is expensive and the other has a tutor many people has recommended as he is very good.
If someone has any suggestions please, let me know!!!
Dear Colleague We are running a petition protesting about the exceptionally high failure rate of Task 3B of the DPSI and are questioning the suitability of this paper for an interpreting examination. Many of you may have experienced similar problems with the DPSI and the failure of the Institute of Linguistics to address our concerns. If that is the case, or know someone else who has experienced difficulty, I would urge you to sign the online petition to OfQual who are the regulating body for the Institute of Linguistics using the link below: http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/review-task-3b-of-dpsi-exam-for-interpreters.html Thank you for your time
The contents of this post will automatically be included in the ticket generated. Please add any additional comments or explanation (optional)
To report site rules violations or get help, contact a site moderator:
Kilgray's memoQ is the world's fastest developing integrated localization & translation environment rendering you more productive and efficient.
With our advanced file filters, unlimited language and advanced file support, memoQ translator pro has been designed for translators and reviewers who work on their own, with other translators or in team-based translation projects.
Find out why Déjà Vu is today the most flexible, customizable and user-friendly tool on the market.
See the brand new features in action:
*Completely redesigned user interface
*Inline spell checking