I've been told in the MD forum that anything under 100 non-clinical hours is pretty weak. Does that also hold true for DO, or is it a little more lenient?
I only have 60 hours tutoring/mentoring under-served youth over the last year. It is a low number because they usually match us with 1-2 students and the meetings are only once a week for an hour. But I can speak about it pretty passionately. I'll also have an additional 30 hours (COVID-19 outreach done over course of only April/May) helping low-income families and the elderly by the time I apply.
My clinical volunteering/experience is stronger, ~500 hours, and some of it involves medically under-served communities. Stats are 3.45/509
Should I be worried that I only have ~90 non-clinical volunteering hours?