I'm applying for a sessional lecturer position for an ethics course in a biology department heavy on pre-meds. I don't have a PhD but am an ideal candidate in every other respect. Will including my MCAT (medical school admissions) score demonstrate anything of value considering my biology background is light?

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In your shoes, I would. The thing with Resumes and CVs is that what you include or don't changes as your career progresses. Putting MCAT scores would look silly when applying for a TT Assistant Professor position, but would be central for a grad student applying for a job in say, MCAT test prep. Since your Biology background is light and you say the department has a lot of pre-meds, a high MCAT is the sort of thing that might impress your premed students and thus the kind of thing those hiring might appreciate.

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