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The public schools in Mobile belong to Mobile County School District. Saraland City School District is close and scores higher than Mobile County School District. Nearby Moss Point Separate School Dist scores lower, with a rating of 3. Mobile's population is 258,390. Mobile County School District enrolls 22% of the population of Mobile.

Most high school students choose to take the ACT Test during the spring of their junior year and/or the fall of the senior year. Many students take the ACT test twice (once as a junior and once as a senior). 57% of repeat test takers increase their ACT composite score on a retest.

State, school and grade-level results are released to the public to track the progress of the public school system and to support instructional program improvement efforts. Individual student data is not released. TEST RESULTS: C lick for a spreadsheet of statewide and school-level results for the following school years: GEDReview.com is the largest resource for anyone preparing for the High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) or General Educational Development (GED) test. One or two questions on the test can be the difference between passing and failing. Alabama requires the Stanford Achievement Test Series; and in Texas, the Texas Higher Education Assessment. That state has discontinued its usage of the Texas Assessment of Academic Skills. Since the 2007–08 school year, Kentucky has required that all students at public high schools take the ACT in their junior year. See also

There is a separate score for each component of the AAPPL, for a total of four scores. A full sample AAPPL Score Report is available here. The AAPPL is rated according to the ACTFL Performance Scale. Additional, detailed information is available in the Scores and Reports section of the AAPPL FAQ's.