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Where should I list my publications

medigullmedigull 11 replies8 threads Junior Member
Over high school, I've done 3 reseach projects that I published papers on. Should I list the link or journal/issue number to these papers. Should I just say "Paper was published on findings"?

I don't have a lot of room in my activities section to explain on the apps of certain schools. I was thinking if of listing citations to the papers under "Additional Information" or is that reserved for special circumstances.
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  • lookingforwardlookingforward 35932 replies404 threads Senior Member
    It can matter where they were published and what level of vetting/review to get approved.

    Yes, you can refer to publications in Activities and show links in Addl Info. You can decide whether to add a few lines (a few) describing.

    If your work is strong, won't an LoR also mention this?
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