One-time cancellation of the ban against being tested twice within 35 days - applies only to AMIR and YAEL tests given during the Spring 2020 Test Administration

In response to the postponement of the Spring (April 2020) Test Administration of the AMIR and YAEL tests, necessitated by the COVID-19 crisis, the National Institute for Testing and Evaluation (NITE) has decided to cancel the ban against being tested twice within 35 days. This applies only to examinees who were registered to take the AMIR or the YAEL during the Spring (April) 2020 Test Administration.

Therefore:

You are allowed to take the AMIR or the YAEL that will administered between May 31, 2020 and June 3, 2020, and to take the same test again during the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration.

You are allowed to take the AMIR that will be administered between May 31, 2020 and June 3, 2020, and to take the AMIRAM (computerized version of the AMIR) even if the second test is administered less than 35 days after the first test.

You are allowed to take the YAEL that will be administered between May 31, 2020 and June 3, 2020, and to take the YAELNET even if the second test is administered less than 35 days after the first test.

Please note:  The ban against taking the same test within 35 days is still in effect for those registered for the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration and for anyone planning to take either the AMIRAM or the YAELNET twice.