Would like to become a Qualified Member (MITI) of ITI. Percentage of successful candidates?
Thread poster: Vincenzo Di Maso

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Feb 19, 2010

I am planning to submit my application to the Institution of Translation & Interpreting. I read their website and collected some information. I would like to become a Qualified Member (MITI).
The matter is that the application fees are high and I see they are strict, so I must dot the i's and cross the t's. Well, I'm sure that joining ITI would be great. I just don't know about the percentage of the successful candidates. About ATA I know it is around 20%.
Could you please provide me futher information?
Thank you very much in advance.


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