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I'm currently writing my CV for McGill and i have a little question. I've done some summer research internships and i got some good scholarships. Should i put the scholarships with the research (in the research section), or should i put the scholarships in the award section? I don't want to repeat myself and i want to save some place, so i don't know what to do!

Thank you and good luck with your applications :)

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I think it's very useful to give a bit of an explanation at least for the 2-3 activities that really define who you are. It's a tremendous opportunity to give a short interview answer before getting an actual interview and it makes your CV much more personal. When I applied we could not submit a personal essay, so I inserted parts of what I would have liked to communicate in the CV.

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