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    Hello, us this wanted to briefly ask if it’s necessary/recommended to specify exactly How many hours I worked. I previously volunteered at Scope for 3 months however only 5 hours on weekends. Would simply saying “Scope, Part time” be better than “Scope, Part time, 5 hours a week”? I would like to apply at m&s but I’m afraid il get rejected if I mentioned how little experience I have. Many thanks
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    Just part time is fine.
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    (Original post by MonkeyCoconuts69)
    Hello, us this wanted to briefly ask if it’s necessary/recommended to specify exactly How many hours I worked. I previously volunteered at Scope for 3 months however only 5 hours on weekends. Would simply saying “Scope, Part time” be better than “Scope, Part time, 5 hours a week”? I would like to apply at m&s but I’m afraid il get rejected if I mentioned how little experience I have. Many thanks
    Just put part time. They dont need to know how many hours you worked. As long as you can talk about what you did there, what skills you gained etc then thats fine. If they do ask at interview, you would say that you worked on a saturday (or whatever day it was) but thats it.
 
 
 
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