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Is more always better?

Hey, for engineering and UofT and Waterloo, they ask for a list of extra-curricular activities that you have participated in. In the past year, I joined a lot of volunteering committees, such as being the executive for Relay of Life and a few other fundraisers. I am not sure if I should list all of them or not, since I am afraid universities might look at that and think I am spreading myself too broad. So, is it better to include all of the events I participated in or just choose a few? Thanks.

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  1. I mean, it would be to your benefit to list everything that you’re involved in, but it probably won’t matter either way. You’re applying to engineering so they understand that you’ll be spending the majority of your time studying with the kind of courseload that’s required for the program.

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