Key Points to Note while Drafting your CV that will Boost your Chances

CV Drafting

Some times its not that you are not qualified for a job, its about how you present your CV. Once you have come across a Job and the first thing that comes to mind is to apply for it, then it is more than apparent that you are qualified for the Job. But it doesn’t end with applying for a job putting down all your academic degrees and work experiences. The way in which you draft your CV and some vital points to never overlook play an important Role. Before we get to the key points, we should take a brief look at the parts of a CV.

Parts Of A CV

  1. Heading: The heading of your CV should contain your name, your phone number and your email address.
  2. Educational History: This is where you list your educational history should be limited to your most relevant degrees. Eg: University degree. If still in the university, include your expected year of graduation and your GPA (leave it out if it isn’t good enough). You can include your High School in this section but only if necessary.
  3. Skills: This is a very important part of a CV. In this section you should list the things you can do to help accomplish the tasks required for the job.
    This section should contain: your personal skills (ability to work well under pressure, good communication skills, innovative e.t.c), and your applicable skills (Microsoft Word, JavaScript, Photoshop, etc). You should list them together under this section.
  4. Experience: This section is also very important. Only include work experience that is related to the position you’re applying for.

Having gone through the parts of a CV, lets now quickly list out the key points to note while drafting your CV.


These are key points to note while drafting your CV. 

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