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What is a CV?
A CV is short for the Latin phrase ‘Curriculum Vitae’, meaning 'a Course of Life'. It is a document describing your academic or professional accomplishments to stand out your research competence. Sometimes CV and Resume are used interchangeably but CV is mostly used for academic purposes.
Do I need to have publications to make a CV?
It depends on your research area. For example, a master's degree holder in CS might not have publications. In this case, listing on your CV your research experiences such as participation in the academic conferences, patents you have, and projects you processed. These are great examples to show how competitive you are.
Should I pay to make a CV using PhD.GO’s CV editor?
No, you should not. CV editor is made to help and support the researchers pursuing their academic career, so please feel free to use it to create your standout CV.