I got my Research Design test back and got a 100! Thanks to those extra credit questions ;)
When I got home, I *finally* had the results from the interpreter's test I took back in December. I got a 3.4. I need a 3.5 to be an educational interpreter in Oklahoma, but I don't care! It was SO much better than the last debacle! I am so proud of myself! And it's not like I'm going to quit my job and become an interpreter, but I wanted to have it in reserve. Just for kicks, I *can* be an educational interpreter in the states of NJ, KS, KY, LA, NC, and WI. They only require a score of 3.0.
Texas isn't on the list. Hm.