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Better to write about a less significant topic then sound redundant with the same experience?

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So the instructions, for example,  are, "Please list your top 2 extracurricular activities (employment, volunteering and/or hobbies) that: 
demonstrate your teamwork and leadership skills." That said, if my top activity is my top in multiple categories, would it not be better to talk about something else that perhaps is not the top, but significant in demonstrating a category?

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