Resume vs. Blank spots on Xfer App.

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Bramwell
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Resume vs. Blank spots on Xfer App.

Postby Bramwell » Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:38 pm

Filling out applications for NYU and Columbia. Do they require you to actually fill in the blanks for interests and jobs if all of the information is already on the resume?

stuckinparadise
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Re: Resume vs. Blank spots on Xfer App.

Postby stuckinparadise » Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:46 pm

I have the same question...

Also, to piggy back on OP's question: what about the telephone number portion of apps, i.e. home phone, work phone, cell phone (I only have a cell phone... so, do i just put that number in all three slots?)

concurrent fork
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Re: Resume vs. Blank spots on Xfer App.

Postby concurrent fork » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:33 am

Bramwell wrote:Filling out applications for NYU and Columbia. Do they require you to actually fill in the blanks for interests and jobs if all of the information is already on the resume?

This will take you all of 5 minutes?

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rdcws000
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Re: Resume vs. Blank spots on Xfer App.

Postby rdcws000 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 9:22 am

I follow the general rule in life: When in doubt, just do as you're asked to do and answer the simple questions.

This goes for every mundane administrative request you'll receive in life, but even especially for your application to a law school you desire to transfer to!




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