Prof messaged me, interested in my CV
While applying to (more) grad school (pure not applied), I'm currently working in the tutoring industry (I'm not teaching in a university) as I have been since grad school (tutoring industry is very serious in country A compared to country B), and my industry CVs/resumes consist mainly of tutoring jobs (I've never had a finance internship, but I did have a sort of statistics/economics research internship).
I do not believe I have formal pure math research experience, but I have a lot of applied math research experience in our "thesis" (or technical report as Nate Eldredge might suggest) and class projects.
I have so far not found academic CVs for PhD applications that include minor research projects in master's (I don't know the terms. They are "research" projects but are not published or as long as theses. They're simply class requirements that are not exams or "homework"/"problem sets") so please provide references.
- GOOD: has master's, no PhD
- BAD: thesis only. no minor research projects in master's here.
- GOOD: mentions minor research projects pre-PhD
- BAD: has PhD and so mentions minor research projects pre-PhD without further elaboration
- GOOD: has master's no PhD
- BAD: For master's: thesis only. no minor research projects in master's here. has publications
- BAD: No master's. Has PhD. Has publications
- BAD: Has PhD/Is PhD candidate, No master's, Has publications