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12 Dec 2006, 19:09
hey guys,

i'm currently editing my job search resume into a b school application resume. I know it's quite different. First and foremost, I should NOT have an objective listed. Also I saw this link and am wondering if this is the correct way to structure a resume.

http://www.mbaapplicant.com/resumes.htm

are there any samples i can look at?
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12 Dec 2006, 23:20
also should internships in undergraduate years be included? ive been out of college for about 4 years now so i'm not sure if its needed.
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13 Dec 2006, 06:28
jayy178 wrote:
hey guys,

i'm currently editing my job search resume into a b school application resume. I know it's quite different. First and foremost, I should NOT have an objective listed. Also I saw this link and am wondering if this is the correct way to structure a resume.

http://www.mbaapplicant.com/resumes.htm

are there any samples i can look at?

That seems fine.

In general I'd suggest

Work experience
Education
Extracurriculars
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13 Dec 2006, 06:28
jayy178 wrote:
also should internships in undergraduate years be included? ive been out of college for about 4 years now so i'm not sure if its needed.

I included mine.
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13 Dec 2006, 07:46
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In general I'd suggest

Work experience
Education
Extracurriculars

If one includes all this AND internships is the resume still expected to fit one page only?
I find it pretty hard to fit everything in one page.
Also when the specific projects in the work ex are described, what sort of depth is required.
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13 Dec 2006, 08:38
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In general I'd suggest

Work experience
Education
Extracurriculars

If one includes all this AND internships is the resume still expected to fit one page only?
I find it pretty hard to fit everything in one page.
Also when the specific projects in the work ex are described, what sort of depth is required.

I did not include any internships during undergrads. just included my work experience post college.
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13 Dec 2006, 09:48
thanks guys..im about 80% done with my resume and am doing some tweaks. I did not add my internship because there is no way for me to fit this info into 1 page. i've listed the following:

Work Exp
- 2 diff companies with a lil summary of the job description. then after that bullet pts with key accomplishments

Community service
- 2 diff volunteer groups listed

education
- with pres. of fraternity listed

i'm debating if i switch education and comm service. not sure which one should be listed before the other
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13 Dec 2006, 14:33
I would list education right under work experience and the extra curric. in the end.
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13 Dec 2006, 17:33
Just my 2 cents: edit! edit! edit! and then edit some more. My resume went from 3 initial pages (I'll call it my "brainstorming resume) to 1 page by:

1st) Editing out (or merging from two or three into one) several bullets.
2nd) Trimming parts of sentences / bullets.
3rd) Making the name / address / phone section only 1 line long in the header.
4th) Asking the question "is it absolutely necessary" to each word I had left by then.
5th) Changing Font to Arial Narrow (but keeping the 10 pt size as it was required) and making sure I had used no more than the minimum required margins.

I took ages to get it done. In particular the last 10 - 20% of editing were the toughest.

Hope it helps.
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