By Poonam Tandon, myEssayReview
Your resume is a critical part of the MBA applications, and yet it is often the most neglected one.
Unfortunately, some applicants ignore their resumes and focus all their attention on essays. Your resume demands as much of your attention as your essays do!
The resume is your first introduction to the Admissions Committee, so it should be impactful enough to make them want to know more about you through your essays.
When working with applicants on their resumes, I often quote Ross Admission Director Soojin Kwon:
“For me, the resume is just as important as your essays……. How you describe your experience matters. What you choose to highlight matters. Think of it as the trailer of the movie about you. It needs to show there is substance there. I think that many applicants don’t take enough care with their resumes.”
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