Hi guys, Maybe I'm thinking too much about this one. I'm writing updates/letters of interest to schools that have waitlisted me, and I'm torn about whether or not to include the fact that I've been both an SAT and MCAT instructor for Kaplan over the past year in the update. I taught all of the MCAT subjects, so it was a huge time commitment, but I feel sort of self-conscious about telling schools that I was employed by Kaplan. Maybe it's just me, but I think there is a general sentiment where I go to school that Kaplan and PR are bad because they give people who can afford their classes an edge. Does the responsibility and time needed to teach these classes outweigh any possible negative perceptions by adcoms? Does it even matter?