How do you write a really good CV?

How do you write a really good CV?

Ten tips on how to write the perfect CVBe relevant. The key to a great CV is helping you stand out. Mind your language. Avoid tired expressions such as passionate, hardworking and team player. Pay attention to detail. Keep it short. Be accurate. Make sure it reflects you. Don’t be afraid to include personal information. Don’t necessarily include a photo.

Should I put bad grades on my CV?

Adding to the Quorans who already give the right answer – you should not put any grades (or GPA) on your CV unless a job posting explicitly calls for them. They will not know or care what your GPA was. When you graduate, you are keenly aware of your GPA and how well you did in school.

How much education should be included in a CV?

You can put your education above your work history if you’re a student or recent graduate and have little experience. If you have more than a year of work experience, your education should come after your employment history. Your most recent degree goes first. If you have a GPA of 3.5 or more, mention it.

Where do you put qualifications on a CV?

You’ll want to put this experience further up after your ‘Personal Profile’ and then place your qualifications after your experience. Remember to list your qualifications in reverse order with the most recent and relevant first.