LIVE-ONLINE HYBRID COURSE

State Court Written Exam Prep
(Language Neutral)

Familiarize with the tricks & pitfalls of the written portion of the court exam and improve your test taking techniques while reviewing relevant SAT/GRE terminology, learning key idiomatic expressions, and mastering criminal law concepts.


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Saturday January 4, 2020
10:00AM - 12:00PM (PST)


 

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Feature #1: 2HR Live-Online Webinar

Feature #2: Website User Account

Feature #3: 4HR Pre-recorded Course

Feature #4: 2 Practice Mock Exams

Feature #5: Resources & Downloads

Feature #6: Certificate of Completion

The Exam


As a candidate, you must have knowledge of the areas central to the work of a court interpreter at the level of a minimally qualified court interpreter. These are

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Familiarity with the terminology and procedures of the court system. For this, the written examination measures recognition of common court-related situations and vocabulary, specially in the area of criminal courts.

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A high degree of proficiency in the English language. The written examination tests the candidate's level of English vocabulary at an SAT/GRE level, and assesses, through a vast array of idioms, the cultural riches of the language.

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A general understanding of standards guiding the performance of duties, which include knowledge of ethical behavior and professional conduct.


 

Our Objectives


This workshop prepares students to understand, study, and pass the three areas of the State Interpreter Written Exam. Our main goals are to 

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Familiarize students with the tricks and pitfalls of the written portion of the court exam as well as improve their test taking techniques.

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Increase students' knowledge of relevant SAT & GRE terminology while expanding on their current knowledge of idiomatic expressions.

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Learn and master key legal criminal law concepts & terminology and clearly understand the complexity of state court procedures.

This is an online class. You can take it from the comfort of your home using a laptop, tablet, or smart phone as long as you have a reliable internet connection. If you register for this Live-Online Webinar, you will also receive access to the recording of this session as well as all the other included features.

Edgar Hidalgo, MA 
California Certified Court Interpreter
California Certified Medical Interpreter
Instructor UC Riverside Legal Interpreting Program
Former Instructor CalState Fullerton 

Visit our blog to learn about the first steps you need to take in order to become a certified court interpreter.

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