Checkbox CV and Resume Planner

(Course Fee Includes ONE CV or Resume Grammar/Syntax Makeover) and Mobile Friendly Video and Audio Guides

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* Course Fee Includes One CV/Resume Grammar/Syntax check.

What makes a CV or Resume stand out?

How do you stand out in a competitive job market and make your resume stand from hundreds of applicants? Hiring supervisors have very little time to look at a CV or resume. That means, like a newspaper or blog article, the most important part must come first.

In a quick glance, I can see whether you are planning on working towards a leadership position or that you have or don’t have the experience I need. If I can’t do that in a glance, I move on because it is the applicant’s responsibility to make sure their qualifications match to my position not the other way around.

While you can send a CV/resume out to many people quickly, what you want to do is really take the time to customize it and make it clear that your qualifications match the job posting. A resume is not a static document, it changes with the job you are looking for and hoping to earn.

Correct Grammar and Syntax are not Optional

If someone makes errors in a document they present as a reflection of themselves, then the company can only think they are careless or will not ask for help. You don’t have to be an English major, there are plenty of people who love to “fix” a CV and resume for grammar and syntax and I am one of them. If a hiring manager is using their phone, it’s even more important they don’t swipe away from your document and an error signals a quick swipe and an opportunity to move on.

Making Sure to Use the Right Keywords

I also make sure the keywords from original job posting as those are the qualities that the company is looking for right now. While a job is not a residency, there still needs to be a match between the skills you have and the needs of the company. One way companies can sift through a pile quickly is to focus on keywords before actually even reading the resume or CV.

There is a lot to focus on in a CV and Resume, but if you check off all the boxes, you can get to an interview a lot quicker.

… let's get to work.


Hello, I just wanted to update you that I matched! I applied to 7 places, interviewed at 4 and matched with my #1! I'm beyond excited and grateful to you for your help in this process. The LOI was a stressful part of this process and you helped to make it less stressful for me. I hope all is well with you!

Your support means a lot to me. You have helped me more than you know and I believe I am not the only student that feels that way. Most importantly, thank you for believing in me. It has been hard for me to be a first-generation college student with immigrant parents. I have had many firsts, and applying to a pharmacy residency program was no different. Thank you for helping students like me and making the process a bit more bearable. I honestly no way thought I would match the slightest.

I wanted to let you know that I matched my first choice! Thank you so much for all of the help throughout this process!
I also wanted to thank you again for the help with LOIs. So far I have been 2/2 for being invited to onsite interviews on the sites I have heard back on, and I'm sure my impressive letters had a large part in obtaining those!

I know you are probably getting 1000s of emails today, but I wanted to share that I matched with my #1 choice! I will be at . . . I really appreciate your help in writing my letters of intent. I honestly don't think I would have been as successful if I didn't have a great editor such as you! Also, all of your podcasts, blog posts, and books have really helped me prepare for the residency quest. Thank you again for all of your advice and support. I look forward to staying in touch on LinkedIn in the future!

After the experience of not matching last year, I am pleased to receive the letter that I matched for a residency this Friday. I would like extend my sincere thank you to you for helping me on my letters of intent. Thank you for going the extra miles to help me as well as other candidates. I would love to reach out to you again in December as I am planning to continue with my pursuit in PGY2.
Just wanted to let you know I matched at . . . focused PGY1 in . . . Thank you so much for your help in writing my letter of intent. I hope things are going well for you, and I will certainly be an advocate for you and your resources as I precept students along the way.
Looks like I'll be heading to . . . next year to complete a PGY1 at . . . ! Thank you for all of your help these past few months. Your help with my LOI really helped to push my application to the next level. I can't wait to see what happens next!

I just wanted to update you to let you know I have interviews and am thankful for your help!

Your edited version is absolutely fantastic. You were able to keep my voice present. You were also able to include all of my interests/past experiences in a naturally flowing dialogue.

I wanted to take a moment to thank you for helping me write my letters of intent. You were a great resource and your suggestions were extremely helpful. The letters must have been great because I received an interview with all 3 programs I applied to! How exciting!
Thank you for all of your editing and help on my Letters of Intent. I am pleased to let you know that I have received several interview offers. The content you provide in your books and podcasts has been extremely beneficial especially these last few months. I am on the APhA-ASP email list and when I saw the opportunity to get your book I was so excited. I read the entire book today and thought it was great! Thank you again for everything!
I just got lost in the residency madness for a bit. I first wanted to thank you for your edits. They really helped me create a strong LOI and I have received interviews from some of my top places. I cannot thank you enough for that. I also am looking forward to joining your email list. I’m still listening to your podcasts, and cannot express how much I appreciate you providing amazing advice for pharmacy students.

Thank you again for your help with my letter of intent. I received an interview from . . . Be ready to receive a ton of requests next year for LOI reviews.

Thank you so much for the time and the effort you spent for helping me with letters of intent. The letter of intent was especially challenging to me since English is not my first language. I could not have gone through residency applications with a peaceful mind without you and your expertise. As the year 2020 is here, may the new year bring you happiness, health, and wealth.
Thanks again Tony,

Your Instructor

Tony Guerra
Tony Guerra

Tony Guerra has been helping students transform their books into very high level works of writing.

However, time often gets in the way of creating a great book. In this course, I provide the templates and guides that can give you a jumpstart to make sure you get your letters and preparation done on time.

If you need one-on-one help, you can always contact me at [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have access for a full year from the date you signed up.
Are refunds available if I'm unhappy with the course?
Yes, contact me at [email protected] if you are unhappy with the course and value.

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