Your resume needs to show leadership, teamwork, and RESULTS.
We'll make sure it does exactly that. " - Zeke Lee
When AdCom goes through a pile of thousands of applications and thousands of resumes - they will NOT bother reading your resume if it does not stand out within the first few seconds.
So yes, it needs to look impressive - that means the formatting needs to be flawless.
And the first few words of each bullet point must SOUND impressive as well.
We know which keywords to use that will trigger AdCom's attention so they actually look at your resume in more detail.
When AdCom compares your resume bullets with those of other applicants, it's difficult to see how they relate to each other.
Help AdCom out by being as detailed with the numbers as possible. We'll help you out with this.
Each resume has an "additional information" area at the end of the resume.
Take this opportunity to briefly describe interesting things about yourself OUTSIDE of work. This is where you show you are a fun person for your future classmates to hang out with.