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Updated: Mar 13, 2018

Curriculum Vitae (CV) is  an essential document that you should know how to write. Very soon you will be searching for a job or already you are in the search. How will you introduce yourself to the employer? Yes, that’s where a CV comes in.

Your first impression to the employer is one of the greatest things that will automatically sell you positively.  Here is a clear guide on how to write quality CV that will make you different from the rest. All these tips will enable you to write your CV for the first time or update your old CV.

Basic Information to Include

Personal Details

You will include your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and email.

Education & Qualification

This section should contain your degree subject and the name of the Institution (college/university) you attended. Keep it short and more precise. Lying in your CV might land you into troubles with your employer when he/she later realises that you lied during the application stage.

Work Experience

Use actions words such as organised, planned and developed. Do not mention routine, non-people tasks such as washing dishes, cleaning floors unless you are applying for the casual summer jobs within the hotel, restaurant or similar.

Interests & Achievements

This section should include your interests and achievements. Remember to keep it short and straight to the point. You can include any evidence of leadership if you had passed through leadership program or if you have been a leader in your life. Don’t use boring cliches such as, ''socialising with friends''.


The usual skills to mention are languages, computing and driving. Kindly remember to include all the skills in this part.


Normally two referees are sufficient. Remember; many employers do not check the references during the application stage unless the vacancy requests referees it is okay to omit this section completely.

Features of a good CV.

A successful CV should:

1)Be free from the grammatical and spelling mistakes or typos.

2)Not contain pictures.Include appropriate email address

3)Include a list of skills.

4)Be informative but concise. A good CV should not be too long.


A new graduate's CV should generally, cover no more than two sides of A4 paper. As you see, attractive and well composed CV will definitely, help you introduce yourself in a more respectable and professional manner to the interviewer. You can always count on us if you are in need of any assistance with your CV, essay or any  academic paper. is one of the most reputable and reliable companies that offer assistance to students on various academic papers (of any type and academic level). All you have to do is follow the three simple steps to obtain a quality work.

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