Civil service exams were announced today by the Civil Service Commission.
It was the second time that the commission issued such an order in as many years, and the first time the exam results were released by the commission in a single day.
The order came as the country is dealing with an uptick in hate crimes against Arab Israelis.
The exam was held over the course of two weeks, with students taking the test in Hebrew, English and French.
The exam was given in collaboration with the Jerusalem District Council and was a voluntary exam, as a result of the commission’s ongoing effort to strengthen the service.
The commission’s order states that the exam was not conducted in the way the commission is used to.
The test, however, was conducted in a format that allows the exam to be administered in a secure manner, with a high level of security.
The Commission said that the results are due by June 15, which is the end of the regular academic year.
It said that it will be conducting the exam at its own expense and that the examination will not be subject to the civil service’s budget.
This will help the commission to implement its strategy for increasing the number of civil servants in the service, the commission said.
The report says that the average score for the Civil Services Exam was 1,716, and that it included “no more than three questions.”
It also noted that the test covered “major issues, including how to deal with complaints of discrimination, how to protect civil servants from cyber-attacks and how to ensure the protection of sensitive information and documents.”