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Biography Outline

biography outlineThey might be required to draft up a biography outline before they actually finish the paper they were writing. Others would like to have a look at a standard biography outline format so that they know what sort of things that they’re in for. Either way, a bio outline can be rather helpful.

A Sample Biography Outline

I. Early Life

(This part of the biography outline shouldn’t take up too much space in the final project.)

A. Living with Family

      1. Birth and Development
      2. Primary School Years

B. High School

      1. Planning for the Future
      2. Friends and Activities
      3.  Graduation

(Applicants usually turn this section of the biography outline into a showpiece of different clubs and sports that they were involved with.)

II. College Years

(This part of the biography outline could instead focus on work experience, if they’re instead college applicants.)

A. Courses taken

      1. General Education
      2. Courses for the Degree

(This part of the biography outline might not seem like much, but it can be played up quite a bit by tying them into various avenues of life experience.)

B. Activities

      1. Extracurricular Activities and Sports
      2. Activities Outside of School

(Applicants who include this section as a part of their biography outline shouldn’t focus on the stereotypical aspects of college life. That can be a huge turn off to readers.)

III. Work Experience

A. Jobs During School Years

(This section is quite moveable, especially if you’d rather write your biography in a way that makes chronological sense.)

      1. Jobs During High School
      2. Jobs During College

  B. Jobs After Graduation

(Applicants who haven’t had any experience after college will need to fill this space with something else, though filler should still certainly be avoided.)

      1. How the Degree has Been Used
      2. How Other Experience has Been Used

(It might be a good idea to tie all different sorts of experiences together.)