My test has been rejected due to a "major error". The reviewer explained that my mistake lied in attributing the draft-dodging in question in the source text to Bill Clinton, when the speaker was actually condemning draft-dodging in general.
I checked out the online transcript of the very speech referred to in the article, and it unequivocally condemns Bill Clinton and no one else: "When Bill Clinton’s turn came in Vietnam, he sat up in a dormitory in Oxford, England, and figured out how to dodge the draft." (source: buchanan.org) — that, besides the fact that I had read the whole text several times and made some research.
I've been victim of an unfortunate error, there is factual evidence for that. How can I get my submission to be reviewed again?
Thank you very much.
PS: The email also mentions that "all tests are reviewed by professional translators who are native in the language, and our decision is final."
But the professional translator obviously made a mistake, which is okay as long as someone makes it right. I spent a lot of time on that translation and it's really disheartening to have it rejected unfairly.