I have another suggestion...I know many times people are told to submit text versions of their resume because a lot of them are scanned by computers. When you submit b-school resumes, you know exactly how it will look (because you'll submit it in a word doc or PDF or whatever more than likely and you'll get to preview it). In this case, do the ad com a favor and format your resume. I do interviewing at work and quite often HR forwards me a resume that is completely devoid of formatting & it's like reading 1-2 pages of blah. To be honest, generally I don't even look at these, they're too hard on the eyes.
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