The Hebrew SAT subject test assesses your comprehension of written Hebrew. Unlike some other SAT language tests, this exam does not offer a listening section.
The Hebrew test contains 85 multiple-choice questions. As with all other SAT subject tests, you are given one hour for completion.
The Hebrew SAT subject test measures your grasp of vocabulary in structure and context. You will not be asked to write in Hebrew, only to read and understand it.
Please note that this test is administered only once a year, in June. You should prepare carefully and well in advance, as opportunities to retake it are obviously limited.
It’s recommended that you have at least two years of rigorous Hebrew study before registering.
The Hebrew SAT subject test receives a score between 200 and 800. In 2011, the average (mean) score was 623.
To ensure success, you should implement a focused SAT preparation strategy.
The more prepared you are, the higher your score is likely to be. That’s clear in any language!