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Best Neurology CV

Though there are lots of candidates ensuring they have the right experience to become a great neurologist, they often let down their CV. On this page, you will find valuable tips to avoid common pitfalls.

Creating Neurology CV

  • Length of CV: Size always matters all the time especially in creating neurology resume. A CV must need to one to two pages depending on experience you have. If you have lots of experience, you need to have a longer CV.
  • Personal details: Do not fill out your CV with personal details. In the first page of your curriculum vitae, you need to write about your name, contact number and address. You need to place these details at the top of your paper. Also, you need to stick with important information. It is also required that you only provide short personal information in the first page and avoid filling out the page with all personal details.
  • Career aims: Your career aim must be 20 lines. In this section, you need to spend some time thinking what information you will put. A great career aim prompts employers to read your CV in a positive light.
  • Qualifications: In listing your qualifications, you need to use reverse chronological order. You should start from your recent medical degrees. You need to list about important dates and the place where you study. You can include qualifications you are currently studying.
  • Prizes and Awards: This is self explanatory and be sure you include the date of awards. If you obtained a prize, be sure it’s related to what you choose. Never include prizes on Christmas quiz or any meaningless prizes.
  • Past appointments: You need to provide about the dates of your past appointments. You do not need to provide the exact dates, just the year. It is also important to include about subspecialty, job title, name of company and hospital name.
  • Summary of experience and skills: In creating neurology curriculum, you should include about your experience and skills.
  • Publications
  • Language skills and special interests
  • References: You should only provide at least three references. You need to provide about their name, job title, address, telephone number and email address.

There you go a helpful format in creating your CV. It will be your guide to know how you begin in crafting your neurology CV.

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