That's fine. If it's most significant to you, who is anyone to say otherwise?So originally, I wanted to include a scribing experience, a volunteering experience as a Spanish interpreter for a low-income clinic, and my experience as a Physics lab TA as I think it shows some academic prowess and quantitative skills. I recently finished a short stint as a contact tracer for COVID19 in which I actively talk to patients, and carry out an investigation. I applied the skills I learned in the two previously mentioned experiences, as many were Spanish speaking agrarian migrant workers, and the ability to get a history from the patients (similar to medical history I saw while scribing).
This experience only lasted 4 weeks for a total of 154 hours, and it was recently completed. I think it was very significant, especially in the scope of my application (help disadvantaged communities) but I am worried the experience is too recent/ short. I am thinking about replacing the TA experience.
What are your opinions?