Nearly half of all court interpreters in the Greater Toronto Area flunk tests

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Lesley Clarke  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 12:00
Spanish to English
Apr 23, 2010

Who tests the testers? There a whole art to setting tests and I'm afraid the Vancouver Community College does not sound like a top institution for this type of job.

 


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