NEW YORK (Nov. 28)
The Hebrew Culture Council announced today that the College Entrance Examination board will administer its second Hebrew Achievement Test for high school juniors and seniors.
The test will be part of the regular college entrance testing program to be held throughout the United States on December 2-3. Judah Lapson, council chairman, said the first college board examination in Hebrew was taken by more than 600 college applicants last March. Modern Hebrew is accepted for entrance credit by colleges and universities throughout the country.