Resume - GMAT
Should we place the GMAT score on the resume if it's a high GMAT score (>750)? (in the context of handing the resume to an admissions representative at a event).
- Kofi Kankam expert Yes, that cannot hurt. In fact, some employers (like those in consulting) will actually have you put it on there proactively.
- Kofi Kankam expert @james.murphy - fair question. For business school, most people put it in near the business school section (i.e. The Wharton School...., NEXT LINE - 750 GMAT). Since you're not yet into business school (fair guess I think), I would put it either in the "Additional Section" or even within your education section. The reality is, it doesn't really matter b/c your GMAT will be part of your entire application. It's something that you can bring up when you meet an admissions officer who will may note it on the resume themselves or just remember you a bit more :). A 750 never goes out of style. PS. James - put a little mean on your bones (in terms of your profile). We want to give feedback!