Harvard Written Work Section

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freddie
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Harvard Written Work Section

Postby freddie » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:27 pm

The 300 character limit does not allow for much information. (I was only able to fit a brief description of one written work.)

Is it appropriate to simply refer to my attached resume for additional written work, or is it preferable to create a separate attachment that lists (and briefly describes, which my resume does not) the additional works? (Although I am not sure where such an attachment would go, as there is no additional attachments option...)

Gracias.

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ph14
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Re: Harvard Written Work Section

Postby ph14 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:33 pm

freddie wrote:The 300 character limit does not allow for much information. (I was only able to fit a brief description of one written work.)

Is it appropriate to simply refer to my attached resume for additional written work, or is it preferable to create a separate attachment that lists (and briefly describes, which my resume does not) the additional works? (Although I am not sure where such an attachment would go, as there is no additional attachments option...)

Gracias.


Fit in as many as you can and put the rest in your resume in my opinion. I wouldn't put a separate written works attachment unless you have been a serious academic or writer for a while.

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Re: Harvard Written Work Section

Postby sven » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:37 pm

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ph14
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Re: Harvard Written Work Section

Postby ph14 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:40 pm

sven wrote:If I didn't write a thesis, do I have to put anything into the "Written Work" section? The most I've ever written were a couple of 25-page seminar papers.


No, it's fine to leave it blank.




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