tutoring - paid work or teaching/tutoring?

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  1. Bounty

    Bounty 1K Member

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    On AMCAS, you can designate one or the other. I tutored through a school program for pay so which should i put?
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  3. nap

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    i would put teaching/tutoring...especially since that an activity in which med schools would be interested.
     
  4. geneman

    geneman The Transgenic Hobo

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    I would be put "tutoring" under "tutoring". :) Actually, "paid work" is more general in nature, whereas "teaching/tutoring" is a specific task, paid or not.
     
  5. Bikini Princess

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    but getting paid for tutoring is paid work experience..i think it depends on whether you want to emphasize whether you were actually getting paid for this.
     

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