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What are good easy community service hours?

Are they that important to colleges?

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They’ve become quite important to the top schools. I think it’s because they want students who are spending their time on wholesome activities rather than screwing around playing video games and swapping MP3 files all day. I don’t think it has anything to do with altruism.