How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 1. Personal details:RESUME -Name -Gender 3. CVSection 3CONTENT -Date of birth -Place of birth -Nationality -Address -phone number -E-mail
How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 2. Objective:RESUME This is a two or three sentence overview of 3. CVSection 3CONTENT your skills, qualities, hopes, and plans. It should encourage the employer to read the rest.
How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 3. Educational qualification:RESUME -For example: 3. CV Bachelor in Dental Medicine & Surgery (B.D.S)Section 3CONTENT GPA: 5 out of 5, 100%(A+), Exultant Rank: 1st (32 male students) with Honor Degree Faculty of Dentistry, King Abdul-Aziz University (KAU), Jeddah, KSA. -Write all the exams that you pass.
How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 4. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:RESUME -write the training that you did and all your 3. CV clinical experiences.Section 3CONTENT -Date - Place - what you did. 5. MEMBERSHIPS: -like SDS . or any society or group that u are member with. .
How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 6.RESEARCHES:RESUME -write the name of the research and the year. 3. CV 7. SCINTIFIC PERSENTATIONS:Section 3CONTENT -write the name of the presentation and the place and the year. 8. CONFERENCE & MEETING: -Write the conference with the recent first 9. WORCKSHOPS
How to write your CV 1. CV? 2. CV 11. SKILLS & STRENGTHS:RESUME -like: Team Work , Energetic ,Highly- 3. CV motivated.Section 3CONTENT 12. HOBBIES & ACTIVITIES: -write any additional information here. 13. REFERENCES: -Usually give two names - one from your place of study, and one from any work situation you have had.
How to write your CV after youve written your resume, and before sending it, go through this checklist: Proofreading - Make sure there arent any spelling mistakes, typos or grammatical errors. Tailoring - Make sure everything you mention shows how well-suited you are for the job youre applying for. Presentation - Make sure the resume is well laid out, easy to read and printed on clean, white paper in a standard font (like Times New Roman, Arial or Verdana) and at a standard size (10 or 12 point).
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