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Explore Your Knowledge The National Center for Education Statistics offers math quizzes for grades 4 and 8, along with some very interesting results comparisons. First take a quiz of 5-20 questions on topics such as fractions, decimals, multiplication, and rounding. Then check to see if your answer was
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Explore Your Knowledge


The National Center for Education Statistics offers math quizzes for grades 4 and 8, along with some very interesting results comparisons. First take a quiz of 5-20 questions on topics such as fractions, decimals, multiplication, and rounding. Then check to see if your answer was right. Click on "Results around the World" and see what percentage of students answered each question correctly, in the USA and in a dozen other countries. Click a country on the map and compare its results with the international average. There are also science quizzes for grades 4 and 8, plus Civics quizzes for grade 9.

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