PISA 2022 Database


From this page you can download the PISA 2022 dataset with the full set of responses from individual students, school principals, teachers and parents. These files will be of use to statisticians and professional researchers who would like to undertake their own analysis of the PISA 2022 data. The files available on this page include questionnaires, codebooks, data files in SAS™ and SPSS™ formats, and compendia.

The main data files include: the student-questionnaire data file (which also includes estimates of student performance and parent-questionnaire data), the school-questionnaire data file, the teacher-questionnaire data file, the cognitive item data file and a file with questionnaire timing data.

Given the unprecedented situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, PISA 2022 data files include data from all participating education systems, including those where there were issues such as low response rates (see more details in PISA 2022 Results Volume I Reader’s Guide). PISA will return to the standard ways of releasing the international data files, i.e. only include data fully met the adjudication criteria, for the 2025 assessment.

Some of these files are large. The time it takes to download the larger files, and how successfully the files download, will depend on your local Internet connection and other technical factors.

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Below are the master questionnaires administered to students who sat the computer-based assessment; each country translated these questionnaires into their own language(s).

 Download all the national versions of the questionnaires

Codes to compute PISA Volumes I and II

You can access to the codes to compute PISA Volumes I and II here.

Rescaled Indices for Trend Analyses

Rescaled indices of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) for use with the PISA 2012, 2015 and 2018 datasets.