VMOCK – Virtual Resume Review Software
VMock is an online resume review software, providing you with 24/7 access to personalized feedback including details on presentation, formatting, and bullet-by-bullet revisions to make your resume impactful.
Students are encouraged to upload their resume to VMock prior to meeting with a Career Coach. Once you have uploaded your resume, reviewed feedback, and incorporated that feedback, schedule an appointment with your Career Coach!
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How do I access VMock?
To get started, use your SUNY Broome email address to log onto VMock.
How do I upload my resume to VMock?
After signing up for VMock, you will be redirected to your VMock dashboard. From your dashboard, you can upload your resume in PDF format or download SUNY Broome major specific resume examples. Please note: Students are permitted 10 uploads. Be sure to review the system and targeted feedback prior to re-uploading a revised resume. You cannot edit your resume in VMock. If you have difficulties converting your Microsoft Word resume into PDF, please use www.pdfonline.com/convert-pdf/.
I made all of the edits VMock suggested, but I still do not have a 100% score. Why is that?
Vmock scores your resume based on best practices and industry standards. Resumes will be placed in the red, yellow, or green zone. The goal is get your resume into the green zone, but not specifically 100%. To improve your score, incorporate both system and targeted level feedback.
What is the difference between “System Feedback” and “Targeted Feedback”?
System Feedback breaks down your resume score into three categories: Impact (how well you are articulating your experiences), Presentation (readability, organization, professionalism), and Competency (showcasing transferable skills) — each graded on a scale of 0 to 30. Raising your score in each category will bring you closer to the green zone.
Targeted Feedback provides bullet-by-bullet revisions on action verbs, length, and specifics to maximize their impact.