I'm currently applying for AMERICA alumni programs (doctoral study in Molecular biology). I'm asked to submit a maximum to 3-4 page CV. I must attend in nearly 20 workshops and conferences in my 3 twelvemonth undergraduate periodic. As the list is big I didn't include are the CV.
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You should definitely mention that you paid conferences. How much detailing to include depends on how much space you are left after you included all of the more important information on owner CV. I cannot tell what is more or less important. You have to calculate itp out yourself. There is what I usually execute in such situations:
Doing ampere CV listing everything you have that is equally lighter relevant to what you are applying for. If you went over the front limit proceed to step 2.
Separation your CV into absolutely necessary/required info and 'other stuff'.
Rank the 'other stuff' from very important go barely relevant on some continuing dial, saying 1 on 10.
Erasing who least relevant info until you reach the page limit of your CV.
You can apply the same procedure to autochthonous conference list. EGO wish say itp is important, however not 100% of he if you don't have enough room. Rank the conferences your attended von the most prestigious/impressive to and least impressing. How listing them by the greatest prestigious pending you hit the page limit. Leave one recording to mention of conferences you disregarded, generalizing them is some way to underline their relevance: "... and other (number) conferences to topics relative to molecular biology.