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How to Edit a Grad School Resume

A great resume is convincing, concise, well-worded, and usually just one page. It's easy to list what makes a great resume, but it's a lot harder to actually do the work of creating one. We know that applicants need more than high-level advice and examples to aspire too, so we decided to use a messy, gritty, real-world example. Our Expert-in-Chief here at Admit.me, Kofi Kankam, edited a real grad school resume so we could share it here! This resource includes three versions of that resume: the original, the edits, and the final version. Read on for a guide on how to use them.

How to use this resource:

  1. Review the other resources in Craft Your Resume, so you know what makes a great resume: An Introduction to Resumes, Resume Case Studies, and A Checklist for Grad School Resumes.
  2. Click SEE THE ORIGINAL to see the raw, unedited resume. See if you can spot the same problems as we did.
  3. Click SEE THE EDITS to see all our notes and changes. Compare your edits to the expert's.
  4. Lastly, click SEE THE FINAL VERSION to view the final, corrected copy. This is what a great resume looks like.

SEE THE ORIGINALSEE THE EDITS

SEE THE FINAL VERSION

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