Update concerning calculation of scores from the Spring 2020 Test Administration; announcement for examinees who were tested during the Spring 2020 Test Administration and who are also registered for the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration

The National Institute for Testing and Evaluation (NITE) has received multiple requests from examinees asking to receive their scores from the Spring (May-June) 2020 Test Administration before the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration takes place, so that they can decide whether to retake the test.

Given the large number of requests, NITE is making a special effort to expedite the calculation of scores and hopes to finish the process by July 1, 2020. However, because this process is very complex, NITE cannot guarantee that the process will be completed by then. As the projected date for reporting scores is updated, an announcement to that effect will be posted on this website.

If the scores for the Spring 2020 Test Administration are not reported prior to July 1, 2020, a new procedure will come into effect: anyone who took the Psychometric Entrance Test (PET) during the Spring 2020 Test Administration and again during the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration will be able to waive calculation of his or her score from the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration and receive a refund of 70% of the test registration fee.

Detailed information regarding implementation of this procedure will be published on this website after the Summer (July) 2020 Test Administration takes place.

In this matter, as in all other matters that have arisen throughout the COVID-19 crisis, NITE has worked to ensure that the process of admissions to higher education is not impaired and that maximum consideration is given to examinees’ needs and wellbeing.

Projected date for reporting scores from the Spring 2020 Test Administration

Psychometric Entrance Test, AMIR, and Yael: July 12, 2020

Applicants to medical school and to the IDF Academic Reserve: June 18, 2020 (except for those examinees who were took the French, Russian, or Combined/English versions of the test, or who took the test with special accommodations)