Avant STAMP for Hebrew
(STAndards-based Measurement of Proficiency)
Avant STAMP stands for Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency and is a web-based test that assesses language proficiency. An Avant STAMP for Hebrew test has four sections – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking, and the results of this test inform test takers and educators about learning progress and program effectiveness. Avant STAMP for Hebrew test items are based on real-world, everyday situations. Avant STAMP for Hebrew measures a test taker’s language ability according to Benchmark Levels that are based on national standards. Test results will indicate the level of proficiency achieved for each section of the test.
Many of Avant’s assessments are accessible on Internet-connected tablet devices, as well as computers. At this time, all but the speaking sections of Avant’s assessments can be accessed on tablet devices. We continue to work to enable all sections of our assessments to be taken on tablets.
Currently students can take our assessments at anytime and anywhere there is a proctored environment. We are in the process of implementing a remote proctoring solution that will enable students to take our assessments on a truly anytime, anywhere basis.