In addition to the tonnes of free resume templates (see the Study Work Grow recommendations here), you can pay for someone to design a CV for you, or you could pay for apps and programs that will do an amazing job too.
Really motivated and want to make a great impression with your CV? Perhaps you want to get into the most highly sought after scholarships, courses or careers, and you really want to stand out from the competition. Then consider investing a bit of money on creating your resume.
Pebblepad is an award-winning portfolio and personal learning platform that allows you to collect, curate, communicate, and share all kinds of work, achievements and skills. They have lots of templates you can use.
If you’re an artist, designer, or game developer for example, with a body of work to share, Pebblepad could be a great option to investigate.
It’s popular at Universities, so if you decide to invest in an account then you won’t be wasting money and may be able to continue using it whilst you’re at Uni and into your career.
What’s the downside? Well, unfortunately there is a cost involved, but it’s really not that expensive.
Looking for other app inspiration there are few listed here worth exploring too.