Ministry of Health approval received: Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration of tests with special accommodations, as well as AMIRAM and YAELNET, will be held as planned. Masks must be worn during the test.

The National Institute for Testing and Evaluation (NITE) is pleased to inform you that the Ministry of Health’s official announcement banning onsite exams at the institutions for higher education does not apply to the Psychometric Entrance Test, nor to the English level placement tests (AMIR, AMIRAM) or the Hebrew proficiency tests (YAEL, YAELNET).

Therefore, all tests scheduled from July 7, 2020, onward will take place as planned.

Ministry of Health regulations require all examinees to abide by the following guidelines (additional information will be sent to all examinees via email):

1. It is recommended that you arrive at the designated campus an hour and a half before the start of the test. No private vehicles will be allowed entry.

2. All examinees will be checked before entering their respective campus. There will be long lines and therefore, this process is likely to be time consuming. Please note: The entrances to a particular campus will not necessarily all be open (see details below). Anyone who arrives late to his or her assigned classroom will not be allowed to enter!

3. You must present a health declaration that was filled out on the day of the test at the entrance to the campus. Please make sure to fill out the health declaration required by the campus where you are being tested (links and additional information below).

4. You may not be accompanied by family members or anyone else onto the campus.

5. You must go directly to the classroom to which you are assigned and wait inside the classroom. If another test is still in progress in that room, you must wait outside of the building. Standing or gathering in the hallways is not permitted!

6. You must wear a mask for as long as you are on the campus, including the time you are taking the test (starting from July 7, 2020 onwards). 

7. You must wash your hands with soap and water or disinfect them with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after the test.

8. You must maintain a distance of 2 meters between yourself and any other person.

9. You may eat and drink at your seat during the test, but without receiving additional time. Please do not disturb other examinees.

10. Once the test is over, you must leave the campus as quickly as possible in order to avoid exceeding the permitted number of visitors for that campus.

Information for examinees at Tel-Hai College

1. On the morning of the test, fill out this health declaration and present it at the entrance of the campus.   
2. Alternatively, you may print this health declaration and fill it out on the morning of the test. 

Information for examinees at ORT Kiryat Bialik

1. Print this health declaration, fill it out on the morning of the test, and present it at the entrance to the school.

Information for examinees at the Technion

1. Fill out this health declaration on the morning of the test and present it at the entrance of the campus (printed or displayed on the screen of your mobile phone).
2. When entering the Ulman Building, you must scan a barcode and note that you have entered the building.
Please make sure you have installed a program on your mobile phone that allows you to scan barcodes.
3. The Neve Shaanan Gate is open all the time. The Nesher Gate is open only from 05:45 until 18:00.
4. There will be disinfecting wipes at the entrance to each classroom. Please use them to clean off your workplace and then throw the wipes into the trash.

Information for examinees at the University of Haifa

1. On the morning of the test, fill out a health declaration using the University of Haifa application (download the application for Android or iPhone). When you open the application, choose “Hebrew” for the language and then click on “Guest”.
2. Alternatively, you may print out this health declaration and fill it out on the morning of the test.
3. You must present the completed declaration upon entering the campus.
4. You may enter the campus only through the Carmel Gate (the eastern gate, in the direction of Isfiya).
5. Please take into account that it is about a 15-minute walk from the gate to the place where the test is being given.

Information for examinees at Tel Aviv University

1. Fill out this health declaration on the morning of the test and present it at the entrance of the campus.
2. Anyone who enters the campus must have his or her temperature taken; it is possible that there will be long lines at the entrances.

Information for examinees at Bar-Ilan University

1. Print out this health declaration and fill it out on the morning of the test.
2. You must present your signed health declaration to the security guard at the entrance to the campus.
3. Entering the campus:

● It is recommended that examinees who have been assigned classrooms in Buildings 507, 505, 504, 604, and 605 enter from Gate 5 (Dekalim Gate).

● It is recommended that examinees who have been assigned classrooms in Buildings 304, 213, 207, and 105 enter from Gate 30 (Geha Gate), Gate 40 (Ono Gate), or Gate 2 (Bank Mizrachi).

● It is recommended that examinees who have been assigned classrooms in Buildings 905, 1102, 1103, 1104 and 1105 enter from Gate 20 (Musica Gate).

Information for examinees at the Bleich High School, Ramat Gan

1. Print this health declaration, fill it out on the morning of the test, and present it at the entrance to the school.

Information for examinees at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1. On the morning of the test, fill out a health declaration using this link or by scanning a barcode located at the entrances to the campus. If you choose the latter option, please make sure you have installed a program on your mobile phone that allows you to scan barcodes.
2. You may enter the campus only by foot and only through Gate 1, 2, and 8.
3. It is not possible to enter the campus by public transportation because of Light Rail construction. For your convenience, there are new stops for disembarking on Martin Buber Street and new stops for boarding on Binyamin Mazer Street. The campus’s main stops for disembarking continue to operate as usual (Martin Buber Street at the corner of Churchill Blvd.).
4. There will be disinfecting wipes at the entrance to each classroom. Please use them to clean off your workplace and then throw the wipes into the trash.

 

Information for examinees at Ben Gurion University (Be’er Sheva and Eilat) 

1. On the morning of the test, fill out a health declaration using the Ben Gurion University application (download the application for Android or iPhone).
2. First-time users must register by creating an account (press on the Contact icon on the left side at the top). After registering, click on Account » Forms » Declaration of Normal Body Temperature.
3. Once you have filled out the declaration, a copy of the form will be sent to your email.
4. Present the email to the security guard at the entrance to the campus.