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Thread: PhD, 'passed with no corrections'

08-Dec-11, 22:19
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posted about 9 years ago
Hi guys,

This is my first ever post here, but I've lurked on viva-related threads a few times and thought I'd ask your opinion on something. Yesterday, I passed my PhD viva with no corrections, obviously I'm delighted, especially given my terrible nerves and doubts beforehand. But I'm wondering, in a general way, if anyone puts 'no corrections' on their CV, or if it's just a nice thing one keeps to oneself (unless asked). I have a sense that it would look really brattish to mention the 'no corrections' thing, so I'm wondering if it would be a legitimate thing to mention. I know that when competing for jobs and postdoc positions, what matters are publications, evidence of pro-activeness (getting funding for things, giving papers, organising conferences etc), and references. So in light of that, would it be pointless to mention that I passed with no corrections, or is it worth putting down?

What would / do you guys do?

Thanks for any replies! :-)
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