Yeah, definitely still use SAR. The word limit makes it feel tough to do, but keep in mind that your reader will still need to understand the situation, what you did about it, and what happened as a result. When word limits are tight and people have to trim words, I tend to recommend that people trim down the situation more than the others. Give just enough detail so that they understand why this situation was important/interesting, but no more than that. (I know, easier said than done!)
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