I got kicked out from graduate school in the past. The reason was that I had very poor GPA, and I failed to meet the academic criteria (some administrative regulations, nothing personal like disciplinary action or anything). Actually I left before I got technically kicked out, but you get the idea.
So I do not know how to include this on my CV, because I believe it is too long a time frame to ignore - almost 2 years.
After getting kicked out, I managed to get into another program (THANK GOD), and I am getting back on my feet again. Obviously I need a CV, and I need some help with that.
In addition, I also had a decent scholarship there. Is it reasonable if I omit the university on "Education" section but include my scholarship in "Awards" section?
I have "Education" and "Experience" sections on my resume.
Option 1: Including it on the "Education" section as "Graduate student", and including it on "Experience" as "Research Assistant"
Option 2: Omitting it on "Education", and only including it on "Experience" as "Research Assistant".
Option 3: Your suggestions?