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Education towards the end, they will have you transcript so it's doesn't need to emphasis Don't use anything less than size 11 font. Stick with traditional, can go up to 2 pages, no more. _________________
If you have a lot of experiences (that was my case), do go for a two-pager, but use the space wisely. I personally do not believe they will deny admissions because of an extra page of well-selected, precise, concise and useful information. _________________
I say never over 1 page for any US b-school. Why? Because almost every single school requires you to have a single page resume for their resume books. If a student can do that with the extra space the their MBA program will take up at the top....then you should be able to do it without that. Anything over 1 page is going to look out of place to almost everyone reading them since almost every single resume they will recieve will be on one page. Much like having an essay that is clearly over the limit, its better not to stand out in regards to length. _________________
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Final decisions are in: Berkeley: Denied with interview Tepper: Waitlisted with interview Rotman: Admitted with scholarship (withdrawn) Random French School: Admitted to MSc in Management with scholarship (...