Hebrew (Remote)


The Hebrew Proficiency Exam allows test takers to fulfill the foreign language competency requirement by passing a foreign language exam.

Note: This exam is only administered to students who are enrolled, have been admitted, or are applying to the University of Central Florida (UCF).

Test takers are allowed 1 hour to complete the 50 multiple-choice questions.

There are no test preparation materials available. The most successful way to prepare for any given test is to review your reading ability. It is also helpful if you have a friend to practice both listening and speaking of the language.

$50.00 proctoring cost paid directly to the University Testing Center via RegisterBlast (this includes a non-refundable convenience fee of $3.50).

To inquire about scheduling an appointment for the Hebrew Proficiency Exam, potential test takers must start by emailing utc@ucf.edu with their full name and UCF ID number (be sure to indicate “Hebrew Proficiency” in the subject line).

After a staff member has reviewed your email, you will be instructed to register for the exam following the directions below:

All appointments must be booked a minimum of 2 hours prior to the desired date/time. To schedule an appointment, navigate to RegisterBlast.

After completing the registration process, check your email for the test registration confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation email, you must contact UTC by emailing at: utc@ucf.edu. You will receive a response during normal business hours to check your appointment status.

Rescheduling an Appointment

Appointments may be rescheduled up to 72 hours prior to your scheduled date/time at no cost by following the instructions below. Missed appointments will require full repayment of the test cost; this includes if you cancel or arrive more than 15-minutes late.

How to Reschedule Your Exam

  1. Navigate to www.registerblast.com/ucf/exam
  2. Click the My Account/ My Exams/ My History tab at the top of this page.
  3. Enter the email address you used to initially schedule your exam.
  4. Click the Continue button underneath the email field.
  5. In a few minutes, you’ll receive an email link that is valid for 90 minutes.
  6. Click the link from the email received.
  7. A new window will open with your registration history.
  8. Click the Reschedule link.
  9. A calendar will appear with the available dates for rescheduling purposes.
  10. Click the date and time to reschedule.
  11. After you have completed the step above, you will receive a confirmation email notifying you of the new test date.

 

  •  Testing Equipment: You are required to connect via Zoom using a primary and secondary device. Both devices must have webcam (video) and audio capabilities. These devices must be connected to a power supply and you must remain connected (via Zoom) with the Proctor from both devices throughout the exam session.
    • Primary device must be a desktop (with a single monitor) or laptop computer.
    • Secondary device can be a tablet, phone or laptop.
  • Browser Requirements: The latest version of Chrome or Firefox is required (Internet Explorer is not compatible).
  • Download Zoom: Go to the Zoom website, download and install Zoom (on both devices).
    •  To check that Zoom was set up correctly, click here. Please use the option to join with video.
  • Zoom meeting link: Approximately 10 minutes prior to the scheduled appointment time, the proctor will send an email with the zoom meeting link and instructions to follow. Upon connecting with your secondary device, when asked to “join with audio”, press cancel.
  • Arrival Time: Test takers are asked to connect to Zoom as soon as they receive this email from UTC. Test takers arriving more than 10-minutes after the scheduled appointment time, may not be admitted and will forfeit any costs paid to UTC.
  • Identification Policy: Test takers are required to present one (1) primary form of government-issued identification that includes photograph and signature. For additional details on our acceptable ID policy, please navigate to the Acceptable IDs page.
  • Testing Environment: Test takers are required to sit in a private, well-lit, quiet location where you will be undisturbed while testing. You will be asked to show your room, ceiling, floor, desk, under desk, and other views of your testing environment as requested by the Proctor. Your testing area (e.g. desk) must be free of clutter; you will be asked to remove any excess items. You cannot talk with anyone during the test session, but you can chat with the Proctor if assistance is needed.
    • Note: The use of scratch paper, notes, translators, dictionaries or any form of unauthorized materials is NOT permitted!
  • Test Taker Security Check: The test taker will be asked to show ankles, turn out any pants pockets, push up sleeves, show wrist and arms, any shirt pockets, turn up collars, take glasses off to show all sides of the glasses, and put hair behinds ears and off neck to turn side to side showing ears.
  • Zoom Session: The test taker must remain connected to the Proctor via Zoom throughout the exam session. Your camera and microphone must remain turned on; meaning you may not mute yourself unless instructed to do so by the Proctor (for secondary device only).
    • Screen Share Access: From the primary device, test takers are required to share the DESKTOP view throughout the exam session – the Proctor will further explain. You are required to give remote access control to your Proctor to validate the test and save your scores (if applicable).
      • If you are testing on a Mac, you will be required to allow the proctor remote access (Security/Privacy > Accessibility > Unlock with password > Click Zoom > Lock).
    • Virtual Backgrounds: Test takers are strictly prohibited from using virtual backgrounds and this setting will be disabled.
    • Recording: Please be aware that UTC records all online testing sessions.
  • Breaks: There are no breaks allowed during the remote proctoring test session.

Hebrew Proficiency Exam results will be available immediately after completing the exam. The passing score is 80% (40 questions correct out of 50 questions).

There are no credit hours awarded for this exam; Test takers can earn up to 2 semesters equivalency at a college level. UCF Students passing the Hebrew Proficiency Exam satisfies the Foreign Language Requirement and/or the UCF Admissions requirement. Please allow 1-2 weeks after scores are reported before the myKnight Audit (degree audit) is updated.

Scores from the Hebrew Proficiency Exam are only valid at UCF and cannot be transferred by transcript or other means to any other institution or agency.

Test takers may only complete this exam once. Repeated attempts are not allowed. Violation of the retest policy will result in exam scores being invalidated, test scores will be canceled, and any test costs will be forfeited.