I didn't pass. I didn't pass the interview part. I didn't understand the question that was signed to me, so therefore I couldn't answer it. If you don't pass the interview part, you fail the whole thing. But they didn't tell me that I didn't pass, and went ahead and did the whole thing, got feedback and everything only to be handed this letter.
It was hard. Nothing like I'm used to. I'm used to transliterating lectures or sermons. This was completely interactive, so I didn't do well. Now I need to chose to try again, which I'm not feeling, or forget it. I certainly need to take some ASL classes, that's for sure if I'm going to try again. I doubt I will try again in this state. How horrifying!
In college I interpreted Genesis-Esther, Job-Malachi, The Gospels, Acts-Revelation, Business Math, Macroeconomics, Nutrition, Japanese, Art History, Biology, devotionals, church services, and countless daily chapel services. Since then I've taught Deaf Ed, interpreted who knows how many church services, and taught sign language class at three different churches.
Guess that doesn't count.