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March 15, 2022 32 min

In this episode of the Higher Education, Higher Purpose podcast, host Phil Cook speaks with Jen Hensen, aka The Goal Digger and a nationally sought after test prep expert specializing in the ACT test. Jen talks about the recent changes in testing and what it means to prospective college students. She also discusses the difference between the ACT and SAT and if a student should take both.

 

“I think it’s really important for families to hear that it is based on what math the student is in.” - Jen Hensen [26:55]

 

What You Will Learn:

  • [01:49] The latest changes pertaining to testing
  • [03:33] Initial response to the changes
  • [06:22] In person vs online testing
  • [09:07] Why consider taking the standardized tests
  • [15:48] Responses about merit aid regarding test optional
  • [17:14] ACT vs SAT
  • [21:36] Should a student take both SAT and ACT
  • [24:05] Ways students struggle with standardized tests
  • [26:38] The timeline to take the tests
  • [29:11] Resources
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    Resources:

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    Visit Jen Hensen’s website: https://jenhensonactprep.com/

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