Grad Schools & The Application Process Is Graduate School for you?
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
A Curriculum Vitae is a detailed and comprehensive description of your academic credentials and achievements. A CV differs from a resume in that it includes extensive information on your academic background, including detailed descriptions of your academic experiences, degrees, any type of research, awards, publications, presentations, conferences, and other achievements. CVs are thus lengthier than resumes, and include more information, particularly details related to one’s academic and research background.
Information on how to write a personal statement or CV (curriculum vitae) can be found here:
Graduate School Links
- All About Graduate Schools
- American Universities: A listing of colleges and universities.
- APSIA – Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
- College Affordability Guide
- U.S. News Education Homepage
- Finding a Graduate Program: basic outline and overview of what you can expect at grad school.
- GEDonline: Prepare for the GED test online
- GED Prep. Info
- Go Public Service
- Gradschools.com: the most comprehensive online source of graduate school information
- Graduate School Guide
- LSAC– Law School Admission Council
- Kaplan Test Preparers: details on Kaplan services, plus info on education programs, admissions, financial aid, and more.
- PHD Org
- Study Guide Zone: contains study guides and practice questions for many tests.
- The Princeton Review: contains data and statistics on law, medical, business and graduate programs and other grad school info.
- Thomson Peterson’s: Information on test preparation, applying for colleges, financial aid, and links to other helpful sites.