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New post 24 Dec 2004, 08:48
Hi,

Firstly, merry X'mas to all!!

I need to upload a one-page resume for my application. I'm finding it very hard to fit everything into one page. Will the following format do?

Work Experience
- Current
- Previous job
- Previous job

Education
- College
- Award

I reckon I can leave the other awards and achievements to another dedicated section in the application.

Your advice on the above format please. Thanks!

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New post 27 Dec 2004, 11:53
Yeah that's pretty much what you'll find on the standard US resume. I'd highly recommend that you take a look at how a couple of them are formatted before finishing your own.
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New post 30 Dec 2004, 03:50
truthringer wrote:
Yeah that's pretty much what you'll find on the standard US resume. I'd highly recommend that you take a look at how a couple of them are formatted before finishing your own.


Is it a must to have a one page resume even if the school doesn't specify any page limit?
My resume is 1.5 pages. Should I worry much about it?
I am applying to HBS and Kellogg

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New post 03 Jan 2005, 12:26
It's not a 100% you'll get dinged for sure if you don't type must. But it is a pretty strong rule to have a 1-pager. After all, these schools will demand that you creat a 1-pager once you get there, why would you submit more than that?
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truthringer wrote:
It's not a 100% you'll get dinged for sure if you don't type must. But it is a pretty strong rule to have a 1-pager. After all, these schools will demand that you creat a 1-pager once you get there, why would you submit more than that?


Thanks
Actually last week i spoke to a Hbs student and after that I had to change my resume to 1page. Now I'm happier :)

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