I think it’s great that you’re aiming to be an examiner. I did my examiner training in 2008 but afterwards started teaching instead. I’ve got quite a lot of friends who examine and they really enjoy the freedom it gives and the work itself. Getting band 9 is tough, as you know, even for native speakers so even if you don’t get it the first time, don’t give up. Yes, you’re right, writing is the worst, mainly because of Task Response which so many students can misunderstand. Anyway, I’m sure you’ll be fine. Let me know if you have any concerns.
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To begin with, it is usually difficult for the young to compete with the old in terms of experience. those who have gained adequate experience can more effectively manage to lead the individuals of an organization than those who do not. The reason for this is that business matters often require the people in charge to have not only the knowledge of coping with problematic situations but also strong nerves to calmly find a feasible solution. As a result, years of experience in a relevant position tend to make the elderly better candidates than those who are relatively young and new to the tasks.