Psychometric Exam Fees for Bella
Bella, 25, came to Israel when she was seven, under a program that brings orphans from Russia to Israel. She grew up in an orphanage in Israel where she felt at home and where she developed her strengths and personality.
At 18, she enrolled in the Israeli Army and completed her full service in the Army’s police corps. After finishing, she went to work in a gas station store, where she is still employed today. Bella saved enough to rent an apartment, study for her driver’s license and take continuing education courses, including studying English. Her dream, however, is to become a social worker.
Bella is ambitious, diligent and friendly, and she has planned out her path moving forward. To be accepted at a university, however, Bella needs to pass her psychometry exam. Her low salary barely covers her living expenses, and she is trying to save for tuition, so the cost of the exam is beyond her reach. It would be a shame if this expense stands in the way of her pursuing her dreams.