The National Institute for Testing and Evaluation is located in Jerusalem’s Nayot neighborhood, not far from the traffic circle linking Bourla and Avigad Streets. The building is right next to the Neve Shaanan entrance to the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University.

 

 

By bus from the Central Bus Station:

Take the 7, 14, or 35 bus in the direction of Givat Ram. Get off at the stop for the Israel Museum and walk down the road towards the Yitzhak Rabin Youth Hostel and the Givat Ram campus, Neve Shaanan entrance. From the center of Jerusalem, take the 9 bus and get off at the stop for the Yitzhak Rabin Youth Hostel.

 

By car from the entrance to Jerusalem:

From the entrance to Jerusalem, bear right onto Herzl Boulevard. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Rabin Boulevard and then, at the second traffic light, turn right onto Lorch Street. At the next traffic light, turn left onto Wolfson Street, which turns into Ruppin Boulevard. At the Israel Museum intersection, turn right and continue downhill until you reach a T-junction. Turn left there, and then make the first right at the traffic circle (across from the Paz gas station), into the parking lot of the National Institute for Testing and Evaluation.

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