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It definitely helps, but I feel it depends on the PhD you'll be applying for...
Also, it doesn't have to be separate to your MSc, you can write an amazing dissertation and submit that for publishing. Or if you have interesting data mid way through your degree that can amount to a publishable paper, you can submit that for publishing.
But definitely try and get guidance from a supervisor as it will make the process easier and more likely to get published.
I'm applying for my first PhD and I'm trying to create an awesome CV.
I've done an MRes degree, during which I attended 13 different workshops related to gaining research skills. I feel like this is good to jazz up a CV, but at the same time it's too much longwinded information and I'm questioning whether it might be a bit redundant. All workshops have to do with writing, data processing, statistical analysis, time management and promoting the research, so I feel it's all relevant.
Also, how should I present my research experience from my MRes project? Bulletpoints? Description? I've already mentioned the project in my education, so not sure what to include where....
Thank you all for your help!
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