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Many interpreters dread simultaneous interpreting, but those who invest time to practice and take advantage of all their resources have nothing to fear.

MITS has created a selection of realistic simultaneous exercise that will help you increase your chances to ace the simultaneous portion of the National Certification Exam. Even if you are taking an exam that doesn’t test simultaneous, the skills and confidence you’ll gain in these exercises are invaluable for your future interpreting career. You may not know, but simultaneous interpreting helps you develop foundational skills that are key to master other interpreting modalities.  Dive in and make friends with simultaneous interpreting!

  1. Improve your listening and speaking skills.
  2. Enhance your speech and delivery quality.
  3. Refresh and learn new vocabulary and techniques.
  4. Reduce your stress level and anxiety.

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  • Plus the more than 20 hours of exam preparation
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