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I have written a professor from the USA about a Ph.D. position with my CV. He replied saying its excellent and I should apply in the next fall. Now I have some queries which I will ask him in my next mail and one of my paper has been published today in a very good journal (which I wrote 'submitted' in my CV). Should I include my paper in my next mail saying you can have a look? Will it add extra value or a good impression?

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    Just provide the reference to the journal so it can be found there. – Solar Mike Aug 22 at 19:11
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    Are you just trying to make a good impression, or are you actually looking for feedback on your work? Either way, you should be clear about why you're sending him the paper, as "can you have a look?" gives no indication about what you're hoping to achieve from the exchange. – Nuclear Wang Aug 22 at 19:11
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    @SolarMike, and offer to send a copy if desired. – Buffy Aug 22 at 19:23
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    I'd be surprised if the prof didn't have access to the "good journal". Just send the link with a "By the way, if you are interested in seeing more of my work, I have just had this paper published in X journal: LINK" – GrotesqueSI Aug 22 at 19:52
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    That would work. The other advice here is also fine. – Buffy Aug 22 at 19:55
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Just send the link with a "By the way, if you are interested in seeing more of my work, I have just had this paper published in X journal: LINK"

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