CielloStelatto

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To try to combat having to many/diluted experiences listed in ERAS, I was thinking of combining a few, even though they were distinct things. Like volunteering with X and Y groups, but the general concept was essentially the same (bringing science to local high school kiddos). And in another example, being an applicant interviewer and being on the admissions committee - independent because plenty of others also interview, but not vice versa.

Is this fair game, or at least make sense to combine vs multiple less significant events?

Thanks!
 

aProgDirector

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Why don't you just trim down the things that are less significant? You don't need to list everything. The more you list, the less I pay attention to each thing, so pick what's important to you.
 
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