USEFUL TIPS FOR INTERPRETERS

  • Free Court Interpreter Oral Exam Sample Test

    Are you ready for the court interperter oral exam? Try our free court interpreter oral exam sample test and find out. Test yourself in both the consecutive and simultanous modes, then grade your performance with our new Self-Evaluation Technology. 
  • Get a Free CIMCE Credit

    Get a Free CIMCE Credit
  • FCICE Exam Dates Announced for the Oral Exam

    Federal Court Interpreter Oral Exam Test Dates
  • Training Program for the Federal Court Interpreter Certification Exam

    By combining state-of-the-art technology with proven psychological principles, we’ll help you develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to ace this demanding test.
  • Court Interpreter Oral Exam Training Program

    Preparing for a court interpreting oral exam? Our training program will help you succeed

  • Court Interpreter Oral Exam Training Exercises

    Interpretrain is excited to share this FREE study resource for court interpreters: oral arguments heard in the NY Court of Appeals. 
  • Free Court Interpreter Flashcards: Introduction to Trials

    These drills will give you a taste of what will be included in our upcoming Court Interpreter Training Labs, which will contain Simultaneous, Consecutive, and Sight practices. We’ll launch this 55-lab package this year to help you ace your state court oral exam.
  • Control the Speed of Your Interpreter Training Practice

    Want to slow down or speed up an audio practice? Check out these Apps to get the most out of your next training session: https://freeappsforme.co...
  • Upcoming Events

    Stay in the loop regarding awesome events for interpreters and translators. Spread the word about cool activities in our profession. Thanks to the ATA, it’s all happening in one same portal.
  • Juvenile Delinquency Court

    “Petition” instead of “criminal complaint,” “entering a denial” instead of “pleading not guilty,” “disposition hearing” instead of “sentencing hearing.”  

    The terminology used in juvenile court proceedings is different from what’s used in adult criminal court cases. 
  • Where to position yourself in the courtroom

    Sit? Stand? Next to the witness? Next to the defendant? Where we position ourselves in the courtroom is a huge part of our protocol.
  • Learn these New Note-Taking Symbols with Flashcards

    Learn this set of symbols using flashcards.