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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. Hi there! For those who applied to graduate school for their master's in SLP, how long was your resume you submitted via CSDCAS?
  3. So as I am in the midst of getting my applications for graduate school (for speech pathology) figured out, I realized that I have no idea what I should have professors highlight in my letters of recommendation (in terms of when they ask you - what would you like highlighted to set you apart?) I was wondering, should you have every professor writing you letters (i.e. - 3) try to highlight something different thats on your resume/that you think it important about you, or should you have them all focus on the same thing? For example, I have experience in working with stroke patients through a volunteer program. Should I only have the professor I work with in this program write about this in my letter of rec, or should I have all three touch on it? Thank you!!!!!!! And best of luck to everyone applying. Almost done with it!
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