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Company name Cornelius Grove & Associates, LLC
Doing business as GROVEWELL LLC
Founded on 01 January 1990
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Recent Scores on Three International Comparative Tests

The following scores from recent international comparative tests were taken from the Digest of Educational Statistics, 2018, made available by the National Center for Educational Statistics at this webpage.

Average scores attained by students of specific nations and territories are found in the various tables – with names such as “table 602.20” – for which links are conveniently provided within the online text of the Digest.
 

Scores from the 2015 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

Math Scores of Fourth Grade Students
500 – Average score of all participating nations (perfect score: 1000)
539 – Average score of 4th grade math students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (618) and Hong Kong (615) as well as South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and Russia.

Science Scores of Fourth Grade Students
500 – Average score of all participating nations (perfect score: 1000)
546 – Average score of 4th grade science students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (590) and South Korea (589) as well as Japan, Russia, and Hong Kong.

Math Scores of Eighth Grade Students
500 – Average score of all participating nations (perfect score: 1000)
518 – Average score of 8th grade math students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (621) and South Korea (606) as well as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and Russia.

Science Scores of Eighth Grade Students
500 – Average score of all participating nations (perfect score: 1000)
530 – Average score of 8th grade science students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (597), Japan (571), and Taiwan (569) as well as Hong Kong, South Korea, Russia, and Slovenia.
 

Scores from the 2016 Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS)

Reading Scores of Fourth Grade Students
500 – Average score of all participating nations (perfect score: 1000)
549 – Average score of 4th grade reading students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Russia (581) and Singapore (576) as well as Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Poland. (South Korea and Japan did not participate. This test was not given to students in the eighth grade.)
 

Scores from the 2015 Program for International Student Assessment (PISA)

Math Scores of Students Age 15
490 – Average score of all participating OECD nations (perfect score: 1000)
470 – Average score of 15-year-old math students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (564), Hong Kong (548), and Macao (544) as well as 31 other nations and territories.

Science Scores of Students Age 15
493 – Average score of all participating OECD nations (perfect score: 1000)
496 – Average score of 15-year-old science students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (556), Japan (538), and Estonia (534) as well as 14 other nations and territories.

Reading Scores of Students Age 15
493 – Average score of all participating OECD nations (perfect score: 1000)
497 – Average score of 15-year-old reading students in the United States
Nations or territories scoring at least 11 points higher than the United States included Singapore (535), Hong Kong (527), Canada (527), and Finland (526) as well as Estonia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Norway, and Macao.