Wisconsin retains No. 2 spot on ACT test; Iowa tied for 3rd
Wisconsin retained its number two spot among states on the ACT college entrance exam.
The state’s high school seniors scored an average composite of 22.2 out of a possible 36, ranking Wisconsin behind Minnesota. Seventy-three percent of Wisconsin seniors took the exam this year. The curriculum-based test measures students’ readiness for the first year of college.
The national average composite score is 21. Iowa tied with Ohio and Kansas this year for the number three slot.