OVLG has received a $1,000,000 grant to study the difference in financial education in several US Universities. We want all the US Universities to encourage students to participate in this study and help us understand two things:
Participate and earn $: We are offering $1 to each student who answers 5 questions on financial education and helps us to make a comparative analysis. If 1000 students participate in the study, we will pay $1000.
High-school seniors, graduates, college and university students can participate in this study.
We urge universities to spread the word about this study on their official websites. They can ask students to answer these 5 questions on financial education and earn dollars.
Question 1: Do you know how to manage money in class?
Options: a) Yes b) No c) Don't remember
Question 2: Have you read textbooks on managing money?
Options: a) Yes b) No c) Only a chapter in a textbook
Question 3: Have you ever done any of these activities in class?
Options: a) Explaining the purpose of money [ Yes / No] b) Explaining why is it necessary to spend money on needs rather than wants? [ Yes / No ] c) Explaining financial rights of consumers [ Yes / No]
Question 4: Where do you look for information on financial matters?
Options: a) Television b) Parents c) Friends d) Internet e) Teachers
Question 5: Have you heard about these terms in the last 1 year?
Options: a) Debit card ( Yes/No) b) Compound interest ( Yes/No) c) Interest payment ( Yes/No) d) Wage ( Yes/No) e) Budget ( Yes/No)
You can ask students to email their answers to OVLG Research Coordinator, Mr. Paul, at email@example.com. Our team will review the answers and get back to you.
Personal information will remain private and confidential. You will retain rights and ownership of the submitted content.