what do you put on a CV when you haven't done anything

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  1. Polar girl

    Polar girl Senior Member
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    I'm an MS1 applying for a clinical research job over the summer. My interview is scheduled for tomorrow, and today I got an email that said to bring my CV.

    So I have to make one now. I've seen lots of examples, but I don't really have anything to put on it. I'm just a first year, and didn't do any research in college, so no publications or presentations. I don't have much relevant medical experience, either.

    So if you were in my situation, would you include all your college stuff? Or the last couple years of stuff? Or just have a really short CV?

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. quideam

    quideam Too tired to complain
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    Put down skills that you have - using different computer programs, typing, people-interaction skills, etc. List jobs that you have had that are clinically relevant or at least relevant to things you would be doing in clinical research - interacting with people, working with databases, reviewing charts, etc.

    Good luck :)
     

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