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1) Who is eligible to join this program? If I learnt my whole "Bachur Years" in ordinary schools and Yeshivot will I be accepted? (I have a diploma and a BTL).

2) What is a classic Seder HaYom for students at Yeshiva University's Semicha Program? What is learned during this cycle? What times of the day/year?

3) Are students taught the information well enough to go ahead and be tested by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel?

Basically looking for a clear summary of what goes on there, as I know that many fellows on here studied there.  

1) Who is eligible to join this program? If I learnt my whole "Bachur Years" in ordinary schools and Yeshivot will I be accepted? (I have a diploma and a BTL).

2) What is a classic Seder HaYom for students at Yeshiva University's Semicha Program? What is learned during this cycle? What times of the day/year?

3) Are students taught the information well enough to go ahead and be tested by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel?

Basically looking for a clear summary of what goes on there.  

1) Who is eligible to join this program? If I learnt my whole "Bachur Years" in ordinary schools and Yeshivot will I be accepted? (I have a diploma and a BTL).

2) What is a classic Seder HaYom for students at Yeshiva University's Semicha Program? What is learned during this cycle? What times of the day/year?

3) Are students taught the information well enough to go ahead and be tested by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel?

Basically looking for a clear summary of what goes on there, as I know that many fellows on here studied there.

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Yeshiva University RIETS Semicha Yorei and Yadin

1) Who is eligible to join this program? If I learnt my whole "Bachur Years" in ordinary schools and Yeshivot will I be accepted? (I have a diploma and a BTL).

2) What is a classic Seder HaYom for students at Yeshiva University's Semicha Program? What is learned during this cycle? What times of the day/year?

3) Are students taught the information well enough to go ahead and be tested by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel?

Basically looking for a clear summary of what goes on there.