VMock is a 24-7 online resume review tool that leverages data science, machine learning, and natural language processing to provide instant personalized feedback on your resume based on criteria gathered from employers and global best practices. Many companies use similar Artificial Intelligence (AI) software for initial resume scans when you apply for positions.

VMock is designed to work with resumes from many different fields across various industries and is specially calibrated to optimize recommended resume formats (i.e., the Freeman Format for business students). The AI system assesses your resume based on the impact, presentation, and career competencies demonstrated in your document.

To find out some more about it, click here to see it in action.

Getting Started with VMock

1. Set up your account. Click here to access the VMock Tulane platform and click “continue with University ID”. Login with your TU credentials. Confirm that the school and year information assigned to you are correct.

2. Upload your resume as a PDF (Word, GoogleDocs, and other document formats must be converted to a PDF before uploading). VMock will scan your resume and present a summary and specific feedback. Click “View Feedback” to see your detailed feedback report.

3. Boost your resume’s effectiveness with recommended edits. Follow VMock’s suggestions and prompts to boost your score. Feedback is color-coded: green indicates minimal edits may be necessary, yellow means there is room for improvement, and red highlights that significant adjustments are required. Don’t worry about the numerical score — aim for the green zone with your document!

4. Put your resume to work! After uploading and editing your document in VMock, schedule an appointment. with your Career Consultant to continue the discussion around your document and how it supports your career strategy. Then, upload your document to Handshake for use with internship and job applications.

Additional VMOCK Resources

VMOCK How-to Guide 

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