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My advice would be to look through the CVs of professors/grad students in your field, observe common trends, and try to model yours after theirs. Mine is laid out like this:

Name and info (e-mail/phone number/etc)


Research interests

Research experience

Honors and Honoraries

Other work experience


As an undergraduate, I don't have any publications or presentations to list, but if I did I would put them right after the research interests section. Hope that helps a little.

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thanks for the reply but my question is not on "how" the CV should be arranged (the form). I'm actually looking for a website which makes a professional framework for the CV file (the CV is already written) 

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