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06/23/2020 at 11:51PM

should i include classes i have taken on my resume?

I am currently working on my application for Georgetown and in the section for listing extra-curriculars, there is an option to submit a resume. I have never made a resume for myself, but I kind of need it for this app and other things too. I was wondering if I should list classes i have taken in high school. But what classes? I cant put all of them since thats way too many. Most resumes have "relevant" classes listed. Would classes related to my intended major be considered relevant? Or should I just list my favorite/most challenging classes? Thanks!

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06/24/2020 at 12:59AM

That is covered on your high school transcript that you/counselor will submit and that will show all classes you have taken.

Most schools submit a class catalog detailing classes available and school statistics

More info below

https://uadmissions.georgetown.edu/applying/transfer-secondary-school-report/

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06/29/2020 at 07:25PM

I would suggest that classes that relate to your major are the best way to go. In the workforce, when you apply to a position, you list classes that are going to be helpful to you in that position and will make you stand out from others who might not have taken that class.

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