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I hope you don't mind but I would like to add an additional question and ask an opposite scenario to your question.

1. Would you count as a rural applicant if you've lived in a rural area for only ~5yrs?

2. If you now temporarily live in the city to study and also volunteer in the city and work in the city but sometimes goes back home (rural area) for the weekend to volunteer, Would you still count as a rural applicant?


I hope to hear from all of you soon and Thank you very much in advance! :) 

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The rural attributes include living, working, high school, and volunteering I believe. There are multiple questions you fill out, and the more you fill the more rural you'd be considered. So yes, the little bit of volunteering would add a bit to your rural coefficient, as well as if you only temporarily lived in a rural area. It's not an all or nothing attribute, so any little bit of exposure to a rural area could be to your benefit.

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