Every week hundreds of CVs (简历) land on our desks.
We’ve seen it all: CVs printed on pink paper, CVs that are 10
pages long and CVs with silly mistakes in first paragraph. A ___1___
good CV is your passport to an interview and, ultimate, to ___2___
the job you want.
Initial impressions are vital, and a badly presented CV
could mean acceptance, regardless of what’s in it. ___3___
Here are a few ways to avoid end up on the reject pile. ___4___
Print your CV on good-quality white paper.
CVs with flowery backgrounds or pink paper will
stand out upon all the wrong reasons ___5___
Get someone to check for spelling and grammatical
errors, because a spell-checker will pick up every ___6___
mistake. CVs with errors will be rejected—it shows
that you don’t pay attention to detail.
Restrict your self to one or two pages, and
listing any publications or referees on a separate sheet. ___7___
If you are sending your CV electronically, check the
formatting by sending it to yourself first. Keep up ___8___
the format simple.
Do not send a photo unless specifically requested. If
you have to send on, make sure it is one taking in a ___9___
professional setting, rather than a holiday snap.
Getting the presentation right is just the first step. What
about the content? The Rule here is to keep it factual and
truthful-exaggerations usually get find out. And remember ___10___
to tailor your CV to each different job.
2. ultimate -> ultimately
3. acceptance -> rejection
4. end -> ending
5. upon -> for
7. listing -> list
8. up -> /
9. taking -> taken
在此担当的是定语，该动词修饰前面的one (photo)，而one与该动词应该是被动关系，the photo is taken.
10. find -> found