Policy Alternatives for Matriculation Examinations
Author: Arye Levy
November 10, 1995
In 1788, the Prussian government set down a set of matriculation exams that anyone entering university had to pass. Prior to that, there were no qualifying exams for university entrance. This is a look at what has changed since then and what the alternatives are to these exams in the Israeli context.
This publication is available upon request and is in Hebrew only.