How good is my CV?

posted
27-Nov-18, 20:04
edited about 2 minutes later
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posted about 2 weeks ago
Hello all,

I am planning to apply for a Computer Science Ph.D. program. Currently, I am a second-year master student in computer engineering. I appreciate your opinions about my CV. in this link :
posted
27-Nov-18, 20:07
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posted about 2 weeks ago
Quote From narabzad:
Hello all,

I am planning to apply for a Computer Science Ph.D. program. Currently, I am a second-year master student in computer engineering. I appreciate your opinions about my CV. in this link :
posted
28-Nov-18, 11:37
edited about 18 seconds later
by rewt
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posted about 2 weeks ago
Hi narabzad,

I would really recommend you to take your real name of that.

Your CV looks strong and you have a lot of good strengths such as publications. But they need to come first. Really you should put your most important "selling points" first as recruiters only spend 30s or so reading a CV and you want to highlight your strengths, like the publication. It quickly shows that you are a serious candidate. It might be a good idea to a have a search for academic CV structures.

Good luck with your PhD application
posted
29-Nov-18, 03:48
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posted about 2 weeks ago
Resume is your side in front of interviewer..Your resume have tobe very perfect and clear..You can take help of professional resume writer or create using online resume writing sites..
Hope this will help you..
All the best!!
posted
03-Dec-18, 01:11
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posted about 1 week ago
I can reccomend to cut your CV! It's too long! One paper sheet enough.

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