The test is divided into six sections two sections dedicated to general aptitude questions, and four dedicated to educational achievement.
The two general aptitude section concentrate on the students capability of learning, regardless of her proficiency in a curtain subject, this is done through assessing:
- reading comprehension
- recognizing logical relations
- solving problems based on basic mathematical notions.
- inference skills
- measuring capacity
Questions in this section concentrates on:
- English Proficiency
Note: the questions include material from all three levels of high school
General Aptitude Questions:
This section includes the following.
- Reading comprehension. Testees are required to comprehend and analyze reading passages by answering the questions given.
- Sentence completion. Testees are asked to fill in the missing parts in the text to make complete meaningful sentences.
- Verbal analogy. Testees are required to match the relation between a pair of words given at the beginning of the question and a pair given in the choices.
Achievement test for humanities colleges - Females
This test is for high school graduates (Humanities Section) who seek to join colleges and universities in the humanities field. (check the list of universities and institutions that require the test in the test's booklet provided on this page)