Preparing for the YAELNET Test & Practice Tests
The YAELNET is designed for examinees who took the Psychometric Entrance Test (PET) in a language other than Hebrew. The test is very similar to the YAEL Test but is computerized. No knowledge of computers is required to take the test.
The test lasts about an hour and a half and comprises third sections. The first two sections contain multiple-choice questions, the answers for which are marked in the computer. The third section is an essay, which is handwritten on the answer sheet provided to examinees.
The types of questions on the YAELNET are identical to those that appear on the YAEL Test (which is not computerized), and the time allotted is the same as that allotted to the YAEL. You may access YAEL practice tests and use them to answer questions like those that appear on the YAELNET.
YAELNET Practice Test
For your convenience, here is a YAELNET computerized practice test. It is important to remember that the score you receive on the practice test is only an approximation. These scores are not considered to be YAELNET scores.
On the YAELNET practice test, you will be asked to type your essay. Please remember that it is not possible to type your essay at the testing centers, where you will be asked to handwrite it. In addition, the essay you write as part of this practice test will be checked automatically using a computer program and the score you receive will be an estimate. In contrast, essays from the YAELNET given at the testing centers will be sent to two independent raters to be scored.
At the testing centers, it will be possible to read the YAELNET instructions in several languages. In contrast, the instructions for the practice test appear only in Hebrew. Shortly, a YAELNET practice test with languages in several additional languages will be uploaded to the website.
Explanations about the test software