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Student Leader of the Month?/Research Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ejay286, May 15, 2008.

  1. ejay286

    ejay286 Member
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    I was selected as the Student Leader of the Month at my Univerisity and I wanna put it on my app but I'm afraid that it just seems kinda corny? Any thoughts?

    Also, I worked in a lab for about a year where I did my own Research project but I also assisted a P.HD student with 2 additional projects. Should I put all 3 of these as one activity and describe all 3 in the description? Or should I cite all of them seperately as 3 seperate experiences. The latter seems as if it would seem like I did more.

    Lastly, I have seen many people considering putting bullets in there description section. Can anyone help me out on how to format that?
     
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  3. SaveThisLabRat

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    Hell ****ing yes let them know you were student leader of the month.

    That's awesome right there. I wanna be student leader of the month. Damn it, why doesn't anyone notice me?
     
  4. scarletgirl777

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    Let's think about this. If your undergrad has 200 clubs, and each club has 5 officer positions, that's 1000 student leaders (assuming everyone has only 1 position). There are 9 months in a school year, so every year, 9 people get this title.

    I think it's probably worth it. It might sound corny, but it's pretty selective. As for any award, you just need a clear list of qualifications for getting it.

    Edit: A year of resarch is a year of research, it seems weird to list that as separate things. Just describe the year in bullet points (unless multiple publications were coming out of it).
     

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