Pay attention to the targeting of your CV as well as the presentation. Write an attractive CV with evidence of any other appropriate skills and experience you may have for the vacancy or job area in which you are applying. For example mention extra curricular activities, subject choices, project work, a relevant thesis, interests or hobbies. Demonstrate a practical application of any subject studied, such as any project work or work experience, maybe on work placement. Have a look at the examples of Graduates' CVs above.
Avoid jargon, acronyms and abbreviations unless you know that they are they are widely used within your job target. Use the "3rd person". 'I's are assumed, i.e. use 'Captained the college football team' rather than 'I captained the college football team.
You can enhance your Graduate CV by using bullet points rather than large paragraphs of text, they are far easier to read and create impact.
List any computer skills you may have on your CV such as software applications that you have used, state any programming experience or any hardware installation experience you may have gained. More about Graduate CVs
Recommended: The best CV format to present are the Graduate CV templates downloadable above.