MBA applicants often spend so much time perfecting their essays, securing letters of recommendation, and filling out all the boxes of the actual application that they neglect their resume. That omission is a serious admissions no-no. Frequently the resume is the first application element an adcom member will read. It can determine whether the reader continues to read your application out of interest or obligation. Make sure your resume generates interest.
The resources listed below will help you construct a winning business school resume presenting the essential facts and figures in a clear, concise, and compelling fashion.
- The Quick Guide to Admissions Resumes, a free guide
- 4 MBA Resume Tips, a short video
- One Size Does NOT Fit All – Resume Writing Tips
- 8 Tips for Better Admissions Resumes
- Admissions Resumes: Putting it All Together
- 5 Tips for Creating Your Stand-Out MBA Resume
- 6 Fatal Resume Flaws to Avoid
- Admissions Resume: What to Include
- 18 Do’s And Don’ts For Your Application Resume
- How to Write a Resume That is Readable, Impactful, and Unique
- How to Write the Qualifications Summary for Your Resume
- 4 Tips for Demonstrating Professional Growth in a Flat Organization
- Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile for Your MBA Application
Don't push off your resume until the last minute; it's your primary tool for making a first impression, so you'll need to make sure you truly put forth your best work!
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