What Will The Test Ask Me To Do?
For English into Auslan, each test will consist of three tasks:
- One simultaneous interpreting (monologue) of a seen speech
- One simultaneous interpreting (monologue) of an unseen speech (long)
- One simultaneous interpreting (monologue) of an unseen speech (short)
The test tasks will be based on real-life speeches at national and international conferences, meetings and events, at the level of experts communicating with an audience of experts and non-experts. Each speech will come from a different domain and setting, including at least one from the domains of science, health, linguistics, social sciences or humanities; one from the domains of public policy, emergency briefings (e.g. natural disaster or health issue), social services or human rights; and one from the domains of education, disability or the deaf community.
What Do I Need To Know Before I Sit My Test?
Make sure you read and understand the following information before your test:
Sample Test Materials
NAATI has developed a series of example test tasks to help you prepare for the test.
- PDF: Example Seen Speech text
- Video: Example simultaneous monologue seen speech recording
- Video: Example simultaneous monologue unseen speech (long) recording
- Video: Example simultaneous monologue unseen speech (short) recording
The monologue tasks (English into Auslan) are provided as video recordings. The test task videos include task instructions, the interpreting brief, and the monologue task.
Please consult the candidate information to learn more about how each test task will operate.
These materials are © National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd 2021 and cannot be reproduced without the written permission of NAATI.
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