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:
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:
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.
- 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.
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: