The Technion will consider the admission of applicants who meet basic requirements. One of these requirements is the Israeli Psychometric test or the SAT or the ACT.
The Israeli Psychometric Test
The Technion will consider the admission of applicants who meet basic requirements. One of these requirements is the psychometric test. The test is given in Israel a number of times a year, in the following languages: combined format English and Hebrew with selected words translated into Russian, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian, German, Hungarian and Arabic.
Overseas Israeli Psychometric Test
The psychometric test is also given abroad in several locations in Europe, the U.S. and South America (depending on the number of applicants). The registration form and fee for the overseas test vary. To obtain a registration form and additional information, contact the Unit for Overseas Tests at NITE.
For further information concerning the psychometric test, please write to:
Overseas Examinations Center
NITE (National Institute for Testing and Evaluation)
P. O. B. 26015, Jerusalem 91260, Israel
or visit their site.
The SAT Test
For candidates who have taken the SAT test, the following translation formula is applied:
E – English (Reading and Writing) or Critical Reading in old SAT scores.
M – Math SAT score
Psychometric score = M * 0.67 + E * 0.33
The SAT can be calculated here.
The ACT Test
Candidates who have taken the ACT test should convert, first, the score to SAT score scale and then convert the grade to the Psychometric Test Scale.
In all cases where there are multiple grades for the psychometric test or the SAT, the best grade will be taken into consideration.
English Grade Conversion Math Grade Conversion
|English (Critical Reading) - SAT||English - ACT|
|Math - SAT||Math - ACT