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Quiz: Are You Getting the Best Deal on A Used Car?

Courtesy of Kiplingers, here’s an eight question quiz your students can take before looking for a used car. Here’s a sample of they types of questions asked: 

By |September 22nd, 2016|Credit Scores, Purchase Decisions, Quizzes, Research|

NGPF Podcast: Tim Talks To Gary Mottola About The State of Financial Capability in the U.S.

Gary Mottola

The FINRA Investors Education Foundation is out with the results of their 2015 National Financial Capability Study and who better to discuss the results than Gary Mottola, the head of research at the foundation. In this podcast, Gary supplies key insights from this comprehensive study including details on how millenials (and others) are managing their budgets, checking accounts, credit cards and student loan balances. He describes the quiz questions (test your knowledge here) from the study, including the question that survey participants had the most difficulty answering. Finally, he shares some surprising results about the prevalence of formal financial education programs and the impact of parental (or guardian) influences on financial knowledge. Enjoy!

Details:

If You (or Your Students) Can Answer All Five of These Questions Correctly…

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…than they have more financial knowledge than 86% of the US population (according to recent National Financial Capability Study):

Question: What Is Your State of Financial Well-Being?

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Nice interactive 12 question survey (Part 1 shown above) from CFPB to engage your students to think about what constitutes financial well-being. Here is the survey and the scoring worksheet and user’s guide (page 14 helps to interpret the results).

Here are a few reflection questions for your students:

Quiz: What Do You Really Know About Paying For College?

Hat tip to my colleague Jessica for the heads-up about this WSJ Quiz: Eight Questions to Answer Before Picking a College (yes, we do actually cheer at NGPF when we find “the good stuff.”)

What is there to like about the quiz?

  • It asks your students important questions like “Which metrics will give the best sense of whether a college prepares a student to be financially successful?” and “How can I figure out roughly how much I’ll pay for a college after financial aid is taken into account?”

NGPF Introduces Full Course Personal Finance Assessment

Whether you consider it a gift for the holidays, a final for this semester, a pre-test for next term, or just a really awesome set of 50 questions, our Full Course Assessment is ready to go.

What’s inside:

  • 50 easy-to-grade questions. Most are multiple-choice with a few true/false, ranking, and multiple-answers as well.
  • They cover all 11 units of our NGPF Personal Finance curriculum (checking, saving, credit cards, credit scores, paying for college, budgeting, investing, financial pitfalls, career, taxes, and insurance).
  • A single question may cover multiple topics, mimicking the complex decision-making often needed in the real world of personal finance.
By |December 9th, 2015|Featured NGPF Lesson, Quizzes|

Question: Are Your Students Smarter Than The Average American?

You know that sports cheer “We’re #1?” Well, when it comes to personal finance, the U.S. comes in #14 according to a recent global survey of financial literacy.

Here are the five questions asked of over 150,000 adults in 148 countries:

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Take our Quiz!

Want to test your personal finance knowledge and see how you stack up? Take our quiz and find out!

By |June 15th, 2015|Payment Types, Quizzes, Uncategorized|