Freshman leadership Organization apps

<p>Mine's due tomorrow. I included academic awards, extracurriculars, work experience, summer program involvement and community service. I left off gpa, SAT scores, ap scores, etc. Is this the right way to do this type of a resume?</p>

<p>Put down what it asks for, nothing more, nothing less. I sat through tons of selection meetings and interviews during undergrad for all the organizations I was involved with and everytime if you didn't give enough info, or gave too much, it counted against you.</p>

<p>If it just asked for a resume, you're probably find with putting HS GPA and SAT score since they won't take up anything more than a line, but I'd leave off ap scores and anything other than the two previously mentioned items. Be sure to put scale so they have something to reference for the GPA. </p>

<p>Finally, if there is an interview, shoot for scheduling at just past the halfway point of the available slots. It usually takes a little bit of time for people to get in the swing of scoring interviews and what they are really expecting. Scores tend to be lower at the front in my experience as people are trying to determine what is good and what is bad.</p>