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  1. Tatiana135

    CV Help

    Hi there, so I am currently doing my CV and I need some help. I'm applying to an MA in Art History, specifically to study Contemporary Art. Right now I volunteer for this art group that puts on art shows. I have helped them with advertising, choosing some of the art, brainstorming with the theme, and helped set up for the art show. I don't know if I should create a section called Exhibits and include the art shows I have worked. I was not the curator, just helped out with opinions, so should I include them anyways? Also is it bad to have bullet points and sentences? Or should I just stick to one? I have heard from people that bullet points are bad for CV's but I can't find that anywhere online. As for the sentences should they be short, or could they be long? It's a bit confusing with all of the different CV examples out there. I tried finding some good examples and the ones that I've found from Art History professors never even explain their Professional Experience or anything else, they just list it. I come from a BA in Anthropology, so I feel like I do have to make comment on what I was doing.
  2. All of a sudden I'm second guessing everything including the CV. So far I've got my degrees, gpas, conferences, work experience, miscellaneous stuff. I'm wondering if you're supposed to put down all the relevant courses you've taken as well??
  3. Hi, I'm an undergraduate student applying to graduate schools. I have two questions here regarding CV: 1. I did a couple community services (unrelated to my graduate study area) two years ago and have not done any since then. Should I still include these experiences? 2. I participated in a summer research program - should I call my title "research intern" or "undergraduate researcher"? 3. Should I put the date the same line with the title or the place? (I attached the two ways) Thank you!!
  4. In CV, if I want to list a class I took in the fall semester of, let's say, 2014. Should I write out the months, ie: August-December 2014, or simply Fall 2014 is fine?
  5. (Not sure if this is the appropriate place to post this question..) Where should I put my GPA on my CV? After my degree: or after my school information?
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