Hungarians students below average in problem-solving, according to PISA
Hungarian students perform worse than average in the area of collaborative problem-solving, according to the 2015 PISA international assessment of educational attainment.
In the OECD report released on Tuesday,
Hungarian students had 472 points on this score, below the OECD average of 500 points.
Topping the list was Singapore, with 561 points. Bottom of the list was Montenegro, with 416 points.
Among the countries surveyed in the region, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia and Slovenia beat Hungary, which performed better than Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia.