Is it beneficial to gear application towards specific seat

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Spennyboi
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I plan to engage in both the law and finance societies as I'm also applying for IB internships. Would it be beneficial to mention both societies on my applications, and try gear this towards a specific interest in a seat in finance? as otherwise i feel this would just come across as a lack of dedication, whereas presented in this manner it is the polar opposite.

I'm about to go into my first year in September so forgive me if there is any misunderstandings about what a "seat" is or the application in general. Yes this is very early, but I want to be prepared and know my goals upon the start of term, thanks in advance.
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I’d leave the intention to join societies out.
Just mention something you watched or read that interested you instead (if you don’t have anything, go watch a ted talk and then write about that)
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