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Well, it would depend on what you accomplished through the position, but for the vast majority of cases, leading an interest group is more of an organizational task setting up talks and shadowing. It serves more as a marker of interest in the specialty (like doing electives/research), and in terms of leadership, is not in the same league as someone who began a successful initiative to address some social or health-related need in their school or community. Obviously the latter is less common (and I'm not saying it is at all necessary to match successfully). 

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