PISA Test Questions

 

PISA Test Questions

PISA 2012 Financial Literacy Questions and Answers

This document provides examples of questions (and answers) used in the PISA 2012 financial literacy assessment. It also explains the concepts being tested and what students can do at each of the 5 levels of difficulty.

Also available in French

Try out a selection of PISA 2012 problem-solving, mathematics & financial literacy questions

Have a go at answering PISA questions, discover their level of difficulty, the concepts being tested and the percentage of PISA 2012 students in each country/economy that managed to reach the same level.

Also available in French

 

Mathematics questions used in 2012, 2006 and 2003

Consult all the publicly released paper-based maths questions that were used in the 2012, 2006 and 2003 assessments, find out the correct answers and how they are scored.

Also available in French: 2012, 2006 & 2003

 

Reading questions used in 2009

Consult publicly released paper-based and computer-based reading questions that were used in the 2009 assessment and published in the PISA 2009 assessment framework. Find out the correct answers and how they are scored.

 

Browse through computer-based questions

PISA has traditionally been a paper-based assessment, however in 2009 and 2012, countries had the option of setting aside some extra testing time to give a computer-based test to their students. Have a look at the examples of the tests administered to assess reading (in 2009), and maths and problem solving (in 2012).

Availble in English, Chinese, Danish, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish.

 

Get the publication 'Take the Test'

'Take the Test' is a compilation of released PISA reading, mathematics and science questions from the 2006, 2003 and 2000 assessments. The reader can look through the questions, discover the right answers, how the answers are scored and the percentage of students in OECD countries who got the questions right.