I am what I am and you can't do anything about it (shiori_hime) wrote in thequestionclub,
I am what I am and you can't do anything about it
shiori_hime
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I have a (hopefully) quick resume/CV question. Back in May I finished the coursework for my second Master's, but I hadn't officially graduated because this particular program requires students to finish a portfolio as the final graduation requirement. Since May I have had "Anticipated December 2013" as the graduation date for my new degree. But since then I finished my portfolio and it was accepted, which means that I actually will graduate this December. Right now I'm just sitting around waiting for the Board of Trustees to get together and sign off on this year's graduations in a little over a month.

Is it appropriate for me to just write "December 2013" as the graduation date on my resume since I know I'll be graduating next month, or is it better to keep using "Anticipated December 2013"? Or is there some third option I'm not aware of that would be more appropriate?
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