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August 18, 1967 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-18

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Sabbath Observers Urged to Plan Now for Aptitude,
Scholarship Tests on Days Other Than Saturdays

Sabbath observers who plan to
take any of the major college en-
trance, aptitude or scholarship
tests during the coming year
should make arrangements early
to take these tests on a day other
than Saturday, the Jewish Com-
munity Council urged this week.
Testing centers and school coun-
selors can provide assistance in
making these arrangements.
In a memorandum to rabbis,
youth organizations and communal
schools, Walter E. Klein, the Coun-
cil's executive director, requested
the assistance of these groups and
individuals in alerting young people
who may be affected to the neces-
sity of acting with care and dis-
patch to insure that they will have
an opportunity to take the exami-
nations on a day which will not
conflict with the Sabbath.
Many college boards as well
as the Scholastic Aptitude Test
and National Merit Scholarship
exam are given on a Saturday.

While these Rates are uniform which will be given on Oct. 10 and
throughout the country, provi- Oct. 14. In addition to the Sabbath,
sion is made for Sabbath observ- this year the Yom Kippur observ-
ers to take the examination on a ance falls on Oct. 14. Each school
day other than Saturday.
makes its own determination on
Reporting on information gather- which date the test will be given.
ed as a result of a Council survey Accordingly, if there is a conflict
of Detroit and suburban school dis- for any student wishing to take
tricts, Klein stated that Yeshivath this test, he should see his school
Beth Yehudah has been designated counselor for assistance in arrang-
as a special testing center in this ing to take the test at another
area for the Scholastic Aptitude facility on Oct. 10.
The Council memo noted that
Test and will be administering this
there are now so many such ex-
test on Sundays.
aminations
given and therefore so
Students wishing to make use

of this facility must include this
request in their application to
the testing center. The National
Merit Scholarship test will be
given next Feb. 24 and 27. Sab-
bath observers should contact
their school counselors early in
the school year to make arrange-
ments to take the test on Feb. 27.
A number of students will also
be interested in taking the Pre-
liminary Scholastic Aptitude Test

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possible to list them all. However, resolved difficulties be brought to
it is safe to assume that each stu- the attention of Harold Dubin at
dent can get accurate information the office of the Jewish Commun-
from his school or the testing ser- ity Council of Metropolitan Detroit.

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Friday, August IS, 1967 3

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