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    مُساهمة  اميرالظلام في السبت نوفمبر 28, 2009 5:46 pm

    How to write a C.V




    Generally, your curriculum vita (C.V.) is the first contact you may have with a prospective program director. Therefore, you would surely want a C.V. that does more than simply impart information about your personal history, and educational and professional qualifications and achievements. Strive for a CV that establishes a favorable image of your professionalism in the mind of the reader. It should emphasize your areas of strength, and create an interest about you sufficient to result in a personal interview. Make your C.V. work for you!
    There are several phases in creating an effective C.V.
    Compile all potentially useful information and organize those items under appropriate categories. Be sure the information you choose clearly communicates a sense of professionalism, competence, and enthusiasm.
    Select only the most pertinent information. Keep the level of information concise and, at the same time, as comprehensive as possible. Bear in mind that your C.V. is your "advertisement" for an interview!
    Finally - review and revise the document. As important as the information provided, your C.V. should be edited for proper grammar, correct spelling and appropriate punctuation. To further convey your professional image to the reader, use quality paper, ink, and equipment. Inferior materials or illegible photocopies say to the reader, "You are not important to me."








    The following is a sample format of a C.V.
    1. Contact Information
    2. Personal Data
    3. Educational Background
    4. Employment Experience
    5. Professional Affiliations and Honors
    6. Publications, Presentations and Other Activities
    7. References
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    مُساهمة  اميرالظلام في السبت نوفمبر 28, 2009 5:51 pm

    Contact Information

    This information is always located at the top of the first page. It should include your name (avoid nicknames), address, telephone and other contact numbers (fax, e-mail). Be sure to spell out words like Street, Avenue, North, etc. If your current address is not your permanent address, indicate your current-address information under a heading marked "Present", followed by your permanent-address information under a heading marked "Permanent."





    Personal Data

    This is a professional document, so disclosure of information regarding age, marital status, children, and health is a matter of choice. Some recipients expect this information, and it is a common practice to provide it.





    Educational Background

    The information in this section is usually given with the most recent training listed first. The order in which you present this information is your choice — be it date first, degree first, or perhaps institution first. Whichever your preference, keep your entries consistent.



    Employment Experience
    Begin by separating your part-time employment entries from your full-time employment entries, and list them under appropriate subheadings. This avoids any misunderstanding by the reader. The list of your employment experience generally starts with your current employment. Be sure to provide the date of your employment, your job title, and your employer’s name and address. You may choose to include major duties, successes and achievements, research interests, committee assignments, etc. It is important, however, to keep all entries uniform. Avoid providing a lot of information on your recent entries, but giving less information on later entries. A subheading for certification or license status may be included at the end of this section. Indicate certificate/license numbers and the dates issued.

    Professional Affiliations and Honors
    This section should include your current membership in professional organizations. Include any significant appointments and/or elections to positions or committees, indicating the appropriate date for each position listed. Indicate any significant activities completed under your leadership. Honors from professional, educational or related organizations should also be shown under this section. Keep your comments brief in describing these items. This will avoid the risk of creating an unfavorable impression of exaggeration on your part by the reader.





    Publications, Presentations and Other Activities
    This is an area considered to be the perfect opportunity to list your professional accomplishments. The following subheadings may be listed in this section: publications, presentations, invited lectures, abstracts, research activities, community service and leisure interests to name a few. When listing your publications, give full bibliographic entries so the reader can easily find them.




    RefrencesPlace
    this information at the end of your document. Include the following information in each entry: name, position, address, and telephone number.

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