- November 27, 2017
- Posted by: jls
- Category: Advice
When applying to undergraduate or graduate programs, people often need to create a resume or a CV. Besides the struggle of gathering all of the things you’ve done for the past few years and remembering your exact job title, learning the language of a resume or CV is just as hard!
Muse.com wrote an article outlining 185 action verbs for resumes and CVs. These are great examples of how to use language to your advantage, and impress the admissions committee. Whether you are writing a high school resume or a lengthy CV for a PhD program, finding specific and active language is always a good bet.