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I've done about six years of research.  I'm wondering whether or not I ought to include project-specific details on my CV (as in, a list of the specific projects I worked on with what my responsibilities were and the methodologies used), or if I should just briefly mention under each lab what kinds of projects I did and then have a separate skills/methodologies section.


I'd been doing a bit of both - short (4-5 sentence) descriptions of each project as well as a skills/methodologies section, but my CV is going on 10 pages now and I feel that's a bit disingenuously long.  I know I need to frontload my publications, posters, grants, and awards, but what is typical for presenting research experience in a grad application CV?


Thanks in advance!

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