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Go reverse ...

Go to the boards and look at the hi-tech section and you'll see what professions are most needed.

Next step read about these professions and see if any of them are talking to you.

It is a pity that you learn a profession and invest time and money if this profession does not have demand ... On the other hand, looking at the job listings will also give you information on what skills you need for each position.

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Thank you very much for the detail! 10 "Waivers" from 35 That's pretty much I would say. By the way, the BGU faculty according to what I understand does not require an average matriculation certificate, but only grades in mathematics and physics, in addition to the psychometric score of course.

You only reinforced my conjectures about these transitions. I also understood that the level of mathematics and physics there is the highest of all engineering (electricity).

Successfully!! :)

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Thank you very much for the detail! 10 "Waivers" from 35 That's pretty much I would say. By the way, the BGU faculty according to what I understand does not require an average matriculation certificate, but only grades in mathematics and physics, in addition to the psychometric score of course.

You only reinforced my conjectures about these transitions. I also understood that the level of mathematics and physics there is the highest of all engineering (electricity).

Successfully!! :)

The university does require an average matriculation certificate if you do not do a preparatory program, but it gives a very high weight for physics and math. It will play with the calculator of the engineering contract and look for a psychometric test. As long as you have a general grade above 550, the only grade that counts is that of the quantitative part.

Regarding the waivers - not all of them are built for hard and intensive studies, there is nothing to do.

The best way to understand the weight of things is to play with an agreement calculator and see what will give you the most chance to be accepted and act accordingly. The first step, no matter which way you choose (if the target is a university) passes through the psychometric exam anyway.

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It is worth noting the interest in the part Quantity Ben Gurion University:

The university very strongly emphasizes the quantitative part of its sophistication.

For example: My average matriculation was not too high, I did not have the strength to sit to study for a psychometric or do a course even ...

I had a score very close to 150 in quantity - and I was accepted to computer science at Ben-Gurion University, without a fancy matriculation certificate or a high psychometric exam.

Then think about it as a direction.

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