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MBA applications require a CV that efficiently conveys key information to answer the selection committee's question "How can this candidate be of use in the classroom?"
MARCH 26, 2015
There are many websites suggesting that you need a complete CV overhaul to impress a selection committee but their advice is frankly debatable. As many of these educational sites actually propose to write your CV for a fee, you may find our basic advice just as useful.
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Start with your personal details – including age, nationality and gender if your name is ambiguous. The rest of your application will show this information anyway, so make it easy for the selection committee.
Mention any training courses you have had.
List any awards, publications, presentations, patents, professional licenses, certifications or volunteer experiences
List a maximum of 5 diverse pastime activities and include any particular achievements