Could you be a bit more specific? What was the specific experience that you overestimated hours? Is this strictly regarding future/projected hours or are you talking about the hours you already completed?Ok so I have a feeling you'll just tell me im being neurotic and worrying over a nonissue but on the off chance that this is an actual issue which I should address, I figured id ask. I was recently glancing at my amcas application and I realized that I had overestimated my projected + prior hours by ~250 hours, mind you its was part of my estimated hours for a year and a half of working full time (work was listed as a clinical paid experience so i assumed they might check this). I believe that the remainder of my hours are fairly accurate and I'm hoping that if my hours are reviewed they'll take that into consideration when noticing the overestimation. So i guess my questions for all of you are: Do schools verify hours pre or post II/A? Do I send an update to my schools correcting the hours or just leave it be?
To go along with this, I was recently admitted and will changing my hours after an admission offer lead them to believe I overestimated it intentionally to increase my likelihood of an II?
It was for medical scribing. I had 1 entrance for the experience so I lumped together previously worked hours with the years worth of hours I projected to complete before matriculation and I estimated the total to be 2600 when in reality it is closer to 2400. when I was filling in the hours for experiences on the amcas I did a bit of mental math to estimate my projected time and apparently my mental multiplication skills disappeared after the mcat
Tbh I didn’t know we were able to make separate entries for prior and projected hours, for all my current experiences I just did start date, projected end date being 8/2020 and then my total prior + projected hours