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Table 3. Average mathematics scale scores of eighth-grade students, by country: 2003
CountryAverage score
–  International average1

466

 
+ Singapore

605

+ Korea, Republic of

589

+ Hong Kong SAR2,3

586

+ Chinese Taipei

585

+ Japan

570

+ Belgium-Flemish

537

+ Netherlands2

536

+ Estonia

531

+ Hungary

529

• Malaysia

508

• Latvia

508

• Russian Federation

508

• Slovak Republic

508

• Australia

505

• (United States)

504

• Lithuania4

502

• Sweden

499

• Scotland2

498

• (Israel)

496

• New Zealand

494

– Slovenia

493

– Italy

484

– Armenia

478

– Serbia4

477

– Bulgaria

476

– Romania

475

– Norway

461

– Moldova, Republic of

460

– Cyprus

459

– (Macedonia, Republic of)

435

– Lebanon

433

– Jordan

424

– Iran, Islamic Republic of

411

– Indonesia4

411

– Tunisia

410

– Egypt

406

– Bahrain

401

– Palestinian National Authority

390

– Chile

387

– (Morocco)

387

– Philippines

378

– Botswana

366

– Saudi Arabia

332

– Ghana

276

– South Africa

264

 
 + Average is higher than the U.S. average
 • Average is not measurably different from the U.S. average
  Average is lower than the U.S. average
1The international average reported here differs from that reported in Mullis et al. (2004) due to the deletion of England. In Mullis et al., the reported international average is 467.
2Met international guidelines for participation rates in 2003 only after replacement schools were included.
3Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China.
4National desired population does not cover all of the international desired population.
NOTE: Countries are ordered by 2003 average score. The test for significance between the United States and the international average was adjusted to account for the U.S. contribution to the international average. The tests for significance take into account the standard error for the reported difference. Thus, a small difference between the United States and one country may be significant while a large difference between the United States and another country may not be significant. Parentheses indicate countries that did not meet international sampling or other guidelines in 2003. Countries were required to sample students in the upper of the two grades that contained the largest number of 13-year-olds. In the United States and most countries, this corresponds to grade 8. See table A1 in appendix A for details.
SOURCE: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), 2003.

 

Table 2. Average mathematics scale scores of fourth-grade students, by country: 2003
Country Average score
International average

495

+ Singapore

594

+ Hong Kong SAR1,2

575

+ Japan

565

+ Chinese Taipei

564

+ Belgium-Flemish

551

+ Netherlands2

540

+ Latvia

536

+ Lithuania3

534

+ Russian Federation

532

+ England2

531

+ Hungary

529

• United States2

518

– Cyprus

510

– Moldova, Republic of

504

– Italy

503

– Australia2

499

– New Zealand

493

– Scotland2

490

– Slovenia

479

– Armenia

456

– Norway

451

– Iran, Islamic Republic of

389

– Philippines

358

– Morocco

347

– Tunisia

339

 + Average is higher than the U.S. average
 • Average is not measurably different from the U.S. average
  Average is lower than the U.S. average
1Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China.
2Met international guidelines for participation rates in 2003 only after replacement schools were included.
3National desired population does not cover all of the international desired population.
NOTE: Countries are ordered by 2003 average score. The test for significance between the United States and the international average was adjusted to account for the U.S. contribution to the international average. Countries were required to sample students in the upper of the two grades that contained the largest number of 9-year-olds. In the United States and most countries, this corresponds to grade 4. See table A1 in appendix A for details.
SOURCE: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), 2003.

 

 

 

 

 

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