A: In some cases the person being tested may not be fluent in the language used by the examiner. In these cases we recommend that an interpreter be used. The interpreter must not have any previous personal connection or familiarity with the person to be tested. In other words, we suggest hiring a professional interpreter. Many examiners have a list of local interpreters which can be called upon, or the client can find and provide one on their own. Note that the fees for an interpreter are not covered in the exam fee and must be paid separately.