High School Financial Education Tests
We have developed financial literacy quizzes for the following personal finance topics: financial responsibility, credit cards and debt, savings and investments, planning and money management, and income and careers.
If you are a high school student, here's your chance to put your personal finance knowledge to test.
Financial Responsibility Quiz
High school students must be able to take responsibility for personal financial decisions, to evaluate the credibility of financial information from different sources, to consider alternatives and consequences of their decisions and to control personal information.
Credit and Debt Quiz
Credit cards, mortgages and other types of debt are an important part of the financial literacy of high school students. Students should be able to identify the costs and benefits of various types of credit, to understand the relationship between credit terms and credit score and to know ways to avoid or correct credit problems.
Savings and Investments Quiz
High school students should have knowledge about the benefits of a diversified portfolio, the procedure to buy and sell investments and their tax implications and the agencies that regulate financial markets.
Planning and Money Management Quiz
The questions of this quiz test the skills of high school students to develop a plan for spending and saving, to keep and use financial records, to understand different payment methods, to apply consumer skills for purchase decisions and to be able to develop a simple financial plan.
Income and Careers Quiz
This quiz tests students abilities to analyze how economic, social and political conditions can affect incomes and careers, to understand factors affecting take-home pay and to determine future income needed to maintain a current standard of living.
Financial Literacy External ResourcesThe Jumpstart Coallition for Personal Finance Literacy
Personal Finance 101 from Student Aid on the Web