FENBEG focuses more on higher-level thinking skills, with the goal of measuring science literacy, and is a is an exam application created from different and original questions based on the achievements of the 4th - 8th grade science and technology courses. In this application, students also use crayons and different apparatus to solve questions. In this way, the student is offered the opportunity to measure in a multifaceted and multidimensional fashion and give feedback. Science literacy requires not only knowledge of science concepts and theories, but also knowledge of common procedures, practices related to scientific research, and how these enable the advancement of science. The Fenbeg Exam helps to measure science literacy in international broad-scale examinations (PISA, TIMSS) standards. FENBEG tests addresses 6 main titles as physical events, the world and the universe, living things and life, matter and nature, environmental science and engineering skills in 3 basic competencies including information, application and reasoning, and measures science literacy in a way that covers the all knowledge and skills. FENBEG test measures not only knowledge of students but also high-level skills such as analysis, problem solving, synthesizing, and question-hypothesis-prediction creating, designing-planning, evaluation, deduction, generalization, verification, and transferring. At this point, it offers an application in the PISA standard. FENBEG tests are one of the measurement tools that can be used to evaluate the skills and knowledge gained through STEM education, as well as the science literacy.