The Hebrew placement test is required if you have any prior knowledge of Hebrew and wish to take Hebrew classes at Carolina. If you do not intend to take Hebrew classes, but just wish to satisfy the Global Language requirement, please refer to the Language Placement website to review the possible options for meeting the requirement.
The Hebrew placement test is given at the following times of year:
- At the start of fall semester.
- At the start of spring semester.
Submit this webform to sign up for an upcoming placement test session. The autoreply you receive will contain information on when the test will be.
Self-assessment guide for Hebrew. This is not a substitute for taking the placement test, but is intended to help you estimate your level. If you can’t take the placement test before registration, we encourage you to enroll for whatever level you think you’ll place into. This will allow most students to go ahead and get a seat in the class they need. If your estimate turns out to be wrong, you’ll need to drop that class, but we’ll try to help you get into the correct level.
Hebrew placement FAQ
Placement is not a perfect science by any means, and every year we do usually make a few adjustments. If you don’t think the class you were placed in is the best level for you, we are always happy to discuss it and re-evaluate. Ultimately, however, the department’s decision will be final.