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So you actually gave them your resume upfront or just at moments that it seemed to be helpful? I am packing for an interview, and didn't know if it would come up.Depakote said:Well one experience I had:
A doc was flipping through my AMCAS, trying to find all my experiences...
I gave him my CV and he said:
"Oh, this will make it much easier."
Plus, it makes it look like you prepared.
The worst, they'll set it aside and not use it.
No one has been upset when I've given it to them.
LizzyM said:bringing a CV is not helpful to the interviewer. But do bring anything new that you'd like added to your file such as reprints of articles you've co-authored or copies of abstracts. Those look impressive when the committee on admissions reviews your files after the interviews.