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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by justin_od, Jun 28, 2001.
when u describe it, did u guys explain it in a paragraph or highlighted the main pts....thanks
one or two sentences.
so, for example....doing research, u said " I was involved in a project" instead of saying "involved in a project"
sorry to sound anal, but i gotta know.
AND.....if u are still doing an activity, is there any way to make the end date "present" or do u just estimate when u will be done
Yes. I used a complete sentence. But, I don't know if it should make any difference. If you are currently involved in a project, I think you can mention it in its description.
I listed mine as resume type bullets.
Involved in research project. Performed analysis. Assisted with manuscript preparation.
I think quick statements are easier to read, so I figured I would make it easier for ad coms. They can look at my essays to see that I know how to write complete sentences.
I don't think either approach is wrong.