Eupraxis wrote:Of course I will include this, as it is one of the more intense periods of research that I contributed to. But I wanted to know what kind of weight it will have.
geshi wrote:I've actually been interested in a related question. I'm first author on a paper that is in the review process. It passed the peer review, and I'm not sure exactly where it is in the process. I think my adviser was going to do some more data then publish it (I've graduated so I won't be doing this work). I asked my adviser about putting it on my CV. He said to put it on my CV with (under review) attached to it. I'm sure he's going to comment on the paper in the letter of recommendation he's writing me.
Does this under review publication on my resume actually help? Or will admissions people just roll their eyes and say "come back when it's actually published, thanks"? Obviously they wouldn't actually *say* this to me, I mean metaphorically speaking.
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