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Programs and Initiatives > Assessment > Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) > PISA 2012
Sixty-five countries and economies took part in PISA 2012. Over half a million 15-year-old students, including 21,000 Canadians, were tested on their skills and knowledge in three core learning areas: mathematics, reading, and science. The international report shows Canadian students rank among the best in the world. The main focus of PISA 2012 was mathematics, which was assessed through: three mathematics processes: formulating situations mathematically; employing mathematical concepts, facts, procedures, and reasoning; and interpreting, applying, and evaluating mathematical outcomes;four content areas: quantity, space and shape, change and relationships, and uncertainty and data; and four contexts: personal, educational, societal, and scientific. Reading and science were assessed as minor domains. Canada is releasing its own companion report, Measuring Up: Canadian Results of the OECD PISA Study, to provide further information on student performance at the provincial level.