Writing an excellent CV can be one of the most difficult challenges of the job hunt. Most managers spend just a few seconds considering each CV before attaching it in the ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ heading. A resume is the paper of education qualification, professional experience, and his interest in other activities. CV is nothing but exact keywords to produce yourself without saying anything. Candidates who have the skill to make this can win half of a battle. 

These days, a hiring manager has fewer expectations from a fresher’s resume. You should sound and behave that you are willing to learn. It should also reflect you have studied and researched something that has mentally prepared you to do this job.

So, let’s start your journey for the best fresher resume format!

How to make a resume for freshers 

Selection of fonts and size: You need to select the professional fonts (Calibri, Cambria, Arial, or Helvetica and size (font size should be 12 points) in ms word. Choose clear, legible fonts

  • Selection of Layout: Selection of layout depends upon a lot of factors like your study background, professional skills, and career selection.
  • Content: Freshers should specify all their skills. If they have done any technical certifications they have acquired which can help them to be job-ready. It is important to mention projects done during their internships and how they are relevant to a job that they are applying to. Try to showcase your projects and internships. 
  • Pages count doesn’t matter: Don’t try to make multiple or two pages resume. If the content is asking for additional pages then it makes sense. Avoid using large fonts with extra spacing between the lines. 

  • Resume Tweak: Try to make a resume as per organization or field. You can always your soft copies before making a print. Please don’t think about printing costs. These small changes make a big differences.

  • Don’t Lie: Please never try to lie on your resume. The interviewer can easily sense it.

  • Be ready to elaborate on every point: An interviewer can object or ask you to elaborate on any point in between. So, always be prepared for this.

  • Resume check: Try to circulate your resume to experienced people you know. This would help you to get the more information you need to add which you have missed.

  • Photo:  It is optional. If you want to add any pic then you can add a passport-sized photo. Please make sure that you are wearing professional or formal clothes. Get photos off of your CV. Unless you’re asked to add your photo in the resume.

  • Your interests: Try to mention which book you have read and blogs you follow. 

  • Spell checker: Be careful after finishing the resume. Make sure you have checked it online spelling checking website.

In the contact information section, enter your:

  • Full name
  • Email address
  • Telephone number
  • LinkedIn profile (optional)
  • Home address

Final Checklist:

  • All employer eligibility addressed?
  • No errors?
  • Looks great?
  • Includes all your valuable information?
  • You’re ready to go.