First of all, the pre-med advisor at my school is a complete moron, so I'm asking my trusted collegues at SDN for some advice! As a post-bacc applicant, I have a couple of years of extra ECs to put on my AMCAS application. Do you put every single thing you've done from college on the AMCAS? I don't want to look like one of those morons that puts a ton of activities down just to make themselves look "involved"! Also, after graduating from college I worked for 2 years in film production in Boston. Should I put down all the different films I worked on (some known, like "Good Will Hunting", some unknown like "The Proposition" shudder)? Or should I just put down film production in general? I know this is the most random question, but I really don't know who else to ask. I guess I could ask the pre-med advisors at Boston U., but I didn't do any pre-recs there, just my BS. Sigh. Anyone have any advice? THanks!