It is becoming very common for students to take the ACT Test as a college application option. What has been a concern in the latest results is that the graduating class of 2022 has had the lowest scores in the last two decades.
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- Massachusetts, California, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and New York are the 5 states where students achieved the highest ACT scores. Not surprisingly, these states, with the exception of California, have the lowest teacher shortages in the country.
- Nevada, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Alabama, and Louisiana are the 5 states where students achieved the lowest ACT scores. Nevada is the fourth state with highest Teacher Shortage in the country.
- Approximately 1.3 million students in the U.S. high school graduating class of 2022 took the ACT test, an estimated 36 percent of graduates nationwide.
- Thirty-five percent of the ACT-tested graduating class took the ACT more than once, as compared to 32% for the 2021 cohort.