YAELNET is a computerized test that is identical in content to the YAEL test.

Anyone interested in taking the YAELNET may register for the test on the NITE website. Tests for those who register via the site will be administered year-round at the NITE Test Centers in Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Be’er Sheva.
Note: Please register to study in your selected institutions of higher education using the same identity number or passport number that you use to register for the test.

From time to time, the YAELNET is administered at institutions of higher education throughout Israel. To learn how to register for a test administered at an institution, please contact that institution.
Information for examinees who are registered to take the test at an institution of higher education

Additional information for the YAELNET Test is found at the bottom of the page.

To register for the test on the NITE website, click here
NOTE: You may take the YAELNET as often as you like. At the same time, you must wait at least 35 days before taking the test again. This waiting period applies between two YAELNET tests or between a YAELNET and a YAEL, or vice-versa. If you do not wait 35 days to take another test, your test will be invalidated and you will not be entitled to a refund. If your test is invalidated, you will have to wait at least 35 days from the date of the invalidated test before you can take a Hebrew proficiency test (YAEL or YAELNET) again.
Within 10 days of the test date, you will be able to see your score by logging onto the NITE website. You may also download your score sheet as a file to your computer at any time, at no charge. Test scores will not be sent to examinees by email.