I was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to make your CV look more "presentable". Average student with decent grades, slim to none extra-curriculars in med school, some ongoing research but none yet published or even submitted, didn't really do nothing special like win the national spelling bee or something. I am having a hard time on my CV. I am debating what sections to put in. Do people include their board scores? GPA? And if so, are these a must have? How long should a Cv be - one page or two pages? Hobbies - are these made up or do people actually put what they like? Because, in all honesty my biggest hobby is watching sports (football!). This CV is going to be sent to all the places that I will be applying for away rotations at, not for the match. Someone please share some insights!!