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    What can i add to perfect it? I scribbled my name and personal details off by the way
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    (Original post by angelinahx)
    Yeah, that's pretty bad. Here's my CV in comparison, and I was getting rejected to many places due to the "quality of applications" until I found a cafe in Marylebone willing to take me on paying £8/hourly.
    You got rejected even with this cv?
    I guess i need to add my education
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    You got rejected even with this cv?
    I guess i need to add my education
    Yeah, I'd say add your education and work on formatting. There are useful templates on Google Docs.
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    It's pretty terrible, you need to format it and make the employer want to read it.

    Angelinaxh's CV is more along the lines of what you should be aiming for.
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    (Original post by Ninja Squirrel)
    It's pretty terrible, you need to format it and make the employer want to read it.

    Angelinaxh's CV is more along the lines of what you should be aiming for.
    Like changing the font and adding colour?
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    (Original post by Inayaaah123)
    you mght like to obscure your personal details
    Oh, yeah. Deleted the post and here's a new one for reference. Don't stalk me, y'all.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Like changing the font and adding colour?
    What font are you using? I think New Times Roman is fine for CV's and you change colour of the titles if you want or add a boarder around it. Browse Google for some student CV templates and see what comes up but stick to a smart layout, something that looks professional.
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    (Original post by Ninja Squirrel)
    What font are you using? I think New Times Roman is fine for CV's and you change colour of the titles if you want or add a boarder around it. Browse Google for some student CV templates and see what comes up but stick to a smart layout, something that looks professional.
    The general one that was already there. Ariel i think. Thank you.
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    (Original post by angelinahx)
    Don't stalk me, y'all.
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    Alright, well, at the very least, don't come to my house and murder me in my sleep.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    The general one that was already there. Ariel i think. Thank you.
    Google some cv templates for ideas and if you're really struggling with wording or layout ask at your college or whatever if you can get some help writing it up :yy:
 
 
 
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