Federal Court Oral Test Prep - Version B

Thursday, May 11, 2017
Federal Court Oral Test Prep - Version B
Thursday, May 11, 2017 5:00 PM -
Saturday, May 20, 2017 10:00 AM (Pacific Time)


Did you know?

The average passing rate for the FCICE Oral Examination is 20%.

Increase your chances of passing this demanding exam by registering for NCI’s sample exam and webinar! Our workshop prepares you for success on the oral portion of the Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination. You will have the opportunity to take a full-length Spanish/English sample test developed exclusively for this webinar.

The instructor, who is federally certified, leads a detailed review of acceptable and unacceptable terms and renditions on each portion of the simulated exams. Learn exactly what to expect and how to best prepare for the portions that are most challenging to you. Also covered are self-rating techniques, so that you can learn how to evaluate your interpreting performance while practicing on your own.

“The importance of the FCICE Oral Test had me really stressed out, but after this training, I feel ready to pass the exam! The instructor was wonderful!” – past participant

The Sample Test will be proctored on Thursday, May 11, starting at 5pm PDT.  Participants must be able to digitally record their performance for upload to the instructor. This session is about one hour long.
The follow-up webinar will be held on Saturday, May 20, starting at 10am PDT. This session is three hours long.

Join us!

For more practice and feedback, take Version A on April 13, a completely different version of the Federal Court Oral test. You can also sign up for a third version of the test, Version C, which will be administered on June 1.


Joshua C. Elliott, MA, FCCI, CHI
Supervisor, Kentucky AOC Spanish Interpreting Division


Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Registration Deadline:
    May 10 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time

    $175 (Early bird)
    $190 (1 week before event)

    We accept all major credit cards.


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