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Your Junior Summer?

JdogaceJdogace Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
Is it too late to lets say get a job, do community service, do college prep classes?
I just dont want to send in my applications with 0 ec's on it.
I plan on going into premed eventually, ide like to hear what
other would recommend to get at leaste some ecs in.

Oh and lets say the first semester of my Senior year i lets say become vp of science club,
would that count for some leadership points?

all thoughts or comments are appriciated thanks =]
Post edited by Jdogace on

Replies to: Your Junior Summer?

  • paradoxicalparadoxical Registered User Posts: 203 Junior Member
    Do one thing very, very well. For instance 300 hours on a community service job--something that relates to your planned major--gets serious points for ecs on your UC ap. It takes about 8 weeks of full time work. But even 200 hours helps.
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