Let it stand! If someone asks you about it in an interview, just be honest about the hours you worked.Thank you for taking the time to read this.
I submitted my AMCAS for verification and followed the AAMC guidelines when projecting my hours. Based on my research after submitting (not my smartest move) I noticed it was favorable to use the repeated activities feature and show the hours that you have completed and the hours that you are projecting. I continuously clumped mine all together and I did not make any distinctions in the description. I was told by all my medicals school friends and the research I had done online, previous to SDN, to talk about the significance of each experience and how it impacted me as a person. I had 14 activities and projected for 3 of them. None of these projected hours are inflated and I even made sure to be conservative in my estimates. I am very hopefully that I will reach the hours that I have projected and likely pass them. I am wondering if an adcom can comment on how this will look in my application and if there is a way to rectify it via something like a secondary prompt or by sending an update letter. I listed my activities and projections below. Thank you again for the help.
The first activity is my full time employment that I have been doing for the last 8 months (even through the COVID pandemic) and will continue to do until matriculation.I calculates the amount of hours I work (160 per month) and multiplied it by the amount of months then subtracted time for vacation and such.
The second is a volunteer activity I started 2 years ago and have 215 hours at and I projected 325 by the time of matriculation.
The third is a volunteer opportunity I started 8 months ago and have 150 hours at but projected 250 to be conservative by matriculation.