jrohazn

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I’m in my gap year planning on applying this upcoming cycle. I’m currently employed as a behavior technician part-time, and I thought it’d be a cool experience that would be relevant to my overall theme around helping children. I’m also currently studying for the MCAT that I’ll be taking under 2 months (April 11). I’m currently doing other volunteering gigs (around 26 hrs/week). I’m just on the fence on whether I should quit this gap-year job and focus on my test and increasing my volunteering hours. The scheduling for my work is conflicted with a lot of my volunteering timing, and it’d really take a burden off me so I could dedicate more time to studying for the rest of the time before I take my test. However, would it look bad to quit my gap year job long before I apply? Thank you!
 

twospadz

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Bro you should study the MCAT but also at the same time do overseas work. Maybe in Latin America. It will change your life and make you vastly more interesting candidate.
 
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