MATAL: Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and Attention Disorders

MATAL is a computerized battery of standard tests and questionnaires developed to assess candidates for higher education and students who request test accommodations and study assistance due to learning disabilities.

MATAL was developed by the National Institute for Testing and Evaluation (NITE) in cooperation with experts in learning disabilities. The system was developed as a service to the learning disabled community, on the initiative of the Planning and Budgeting Committee (PBC) of the Council for Higher Education – and with its funding.  The PBC Steering Committee for learning disabled students was associated with the development.

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ELAH: Diagnosis for Higher Education

ELAH Institute for the Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficits

The ELAH Institute is an institute for the diagnosis of learning disabilities and attention deficits among students and young people who wish to study in institutions of higher education.  The ELAH Institute is one of several diagnostic centers that employ MATAL. The Institute operates at the National Institute for Testing and Evaluation, Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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