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What are the average high school scores in Ohio?

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According to ACT.org, the average scores for Ohio high school students for the ACT in 2014 were 22.0 for the composite score, 21.4 for the average English score, 21.7 for the average math score, 22.4 for the average reading score and 22.0 for science. On average, Ohio students scored higher on all of their ACT tests than the national average that year.

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Prep Scholar listed the average scores for the SAT by state for the end of the 2014 year. Ohio, where approximately 15 percent of students took the SAT test, had students averaging a composite score of 1652 on a 2400 scale. The average reading score was 555, the average math score was 562 and the writing average score was 535.

The Ohio Department of Education's site has listed the March 2015 results for the high school standardized test called the Ohio Graduation Test. Students were tested in five areas, including reading, mathematics, writing, science and social studies. The percentage of public school students who scored proficient or above were 85.5 percent in reading, 81.0 percent in mathematics, 83.6 percent in writing, 73.3 percent in science and 80.2 percent in social studies. These tests were given to between 131,000 and 135,000 tenth grade students, depending on the subject.

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