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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Ultimeaciax, Jun 16, 2008.
Should I include that section in the resume?
Depends, what are you applying for?
I'm sorry, I seriously read the title as "Can you include Hobbits as interests...?"
Under "Hobbies" or "Other" as "exhaustive study of English fantasy literature?" If the application is to vet school, however, try including this:
Although, in all seriousness, if it's AMCAS the OP is talking about, then yes, there is a place to enter in hobbies.
Only include this if your resume is really, *really* sparse. It has no place on a CV, and I'd hesitate to include it in the AMCAS profile.
how about hobbies like tennis?
I played varsity tennis in high school and in college I only play recreational tennis through my college tennis club. But I didn't compete or play IM, just for fun.
Never, ever do this. It's extremely unprofessional to list hobbies and interests on any resume. If an interviewer wants to get a feel for your personality, they might ask you what your interests are outside of work, but to present it plainly on your resume is generally a bad practice. It should be limited to high school students looking for a part-time job or college students with little to no experience.