English Proficiency Test for Court Interpreters in New York
Thread poster: brookfield5
brookfield5
English to Russian
Sep 21, 2005

Hi,
I live in New York and work as a Court Interpreter even though I never had to take the exam... Now they require us to do so. I'll have to take a wrtitten test (English Proficiency Test) first... What seems a little weird to me, is that it will have nothing to do with legal terminology or whatsoever... at least, that's what I've been told.

Does anybody know what this test consists of, where I can find questions or what book I should use to prepare for the test?

Thank you.


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Christina Courtright  Identity Verified
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Contact the NY State person in charge Sep 22, 2005

According to the Web site of the National Center for State Courts (www.ncsconline.org), your contact person is:

Sandra Bryan
Coordinator Court Interpreting Services Office of Court Administration
NYS Unified Court System
25 Beaver Street
New York, NY 10004
646/386-5630
Fax 212-428-2768
courtinterpreter@courts.state.ny.us


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