The ACT is a college admissions test developed by the American College Testing Program. The ACT results are based on student scores from their most recent administration so that they are comparable to the national averages released by The American College Testing Program. An ACT composite score is a combination of the component scores in the areas of English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning. Composite and component scores range from 1 to 36. The school and system ACT data are for public schools in Georgia. The state results are for all Georgia schools, public and non-public.
The data-sets contain comparison data of the average highest composite and component ACT scores for all students.