Atul Kumar

a month ago

Should we mention our 10th and 12th details in the resume for Masters?

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A D Mentor_tag

a month ago

Hi Atul, There is no need to mention the 10th or 12 th percentage in your resume. The most weight is given to undergrad scores for a master's degree. Also, the admission committee does have time to go through all the details of the resume. You highlight the most recent achievements. See more

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Atul Kumar Author

a month ago

If a student has good grades in his 10th and 12th, wouldn't that have a positive effect? It would be showing a good academic history, wouldn't it? See more

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Aditya Alladi Mentor_tag

a month ago

Hey there Atul, Generally in the Academic CVs we start off mentioning our academics in the reverse chronological order (i.e., Graduation, Intermediate(11 and 12th) etc.). But as Graduation weighs more and as it is your highest education level, people don't tend to put in their 10th grades. However, here are some blogs for you to make your resume as effective as https://yocket.com/blog See more

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Sairam Reddy

a month ago

You should mention intermediate and degre