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How many experiences should I put on my application?


Full Member
Apr 27, 2020
  1. Pre-Optometry
I participated and volunteered for many fundraisers/drives/events during undergrad, but many of them were one-day things. Is it worth listing all of these in my application, or are a few extracurriculars, jobs, and longer-term volunteer experiences enough?


Full Member
May 14, 2020
  1. Pre-Optometry
Hi! I'm a current applicant as well. Did you do these one-day events via a certain organization? For example, I'm in the same boat but I did it through organizations that I was a member of (example: HOSA). So I just listed the organization, the hours all of those one-day events added up to, and what kind of activities I took part in (food banks, marathons, blood drives, etc.)
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