I did not manage to get in the year I wanted in the interpreting school I was applying for. It's a bit depressing, really, but Year 1 is pretty good too, so I'm not quite hopeless... Just disappointed is all... going back to Year 1, even though it's not the same branch as the Year 1 I did last year, seems a bit like a waste, but then again, it's not that bad, because the program of Year 1 Interpreting sounds very very exciting, and it's got nothing to do with the program of Year 1 Translation. (Yes, I am aware that this post is about as clear and as interesting as the instruction book for your last Ikea wardrobe, but well... I'm still writing it!)
I am going it give it a try in a Belgian school of interpretation too, who knows, maybe being hopeless is also going to make me less stressed, hence more efficient and more convincing at the interview over there ! Watch out Brussels, here I come! Now I know who Jean Pierre Jouyet is, I'm invincible!! I'll show you what I'm made of !!
I just reaaaaally hope I'll still get to be an interpreter some day, even though I'm not supergirl.
Anyway. I just wanted you to know. I'll go back to work now.