As you start, or continue, your college search process, you are most likely learning a growing list of terms and phrases. When it comes to standardized tests, two of the most common are test-blind and test-optional. Great, so what do they mean for students as they build a college list?

Check out my conversation with Molly Boegel, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management at Dickinson College, as she breaks down the differences between test-blind and test-optional, the driving forces behind why certain colleges and universities adopt each policy and how Dickinson College approaches standardized testing in their admissions decision-making process.

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