I found out a month ago or so that my SO that I met for the first time 2 months ago in person (met online), had written notes! And I thought it was incredibly sweet. So it's a bit different from your question, but the idea someone is that interested in you, that they care that much was a really sweet thought. So I guess if someone brought a "resume", I may be a bit thrown or put on the spot, but I'd also consider it somewhat respectful that he perhaps respects me enough to not want to waste my time. But my personal thought on it is it's sucky because what you'd spend a few months learning (history, hobbies, skills etc) you'd learn on a piece of paper.
I doubt I'd leave, but I'd have to feel strong chemistry to want a second date because I feel I may know too much already.
I could see ups and downs to this. People have questions they want to ask on a date, and this could answer some of those specific questions. Also, chosen topics could make for some great conversation. That's pretty much what people do on a date anyway, right? They ask questions about one's relationships, interests, hobbies, or skills. A dating resume is kind of funny too!
Edit: I see some commentors are saying they would not read it. One's date doesn't really have to read it, he could read some topics or questions off himself.
Well... It's certainly useful but I think that it's a little weird. But hey, it could be kinda funny so I guess I'd fill it out :P I've done them before with my boyfriend for a laugh, even the 'girlfriend/boyfriend written performance evaluation' charts.
I'd laugh and read it, follow up with questions, as if interviewing him for a job. (like, why should we pick you? what other accomplishments can you tell me about? do you cook? clean? Iron?) then I'd ask if he has any questions for the hiring company (ergo, ME)
It would depend on if it's excessive experience or lack of experience. If it's a lack, I'll set it aside and have a conversation with her about "r u srs wtf dont nobody do that." If it's excessive experience, "I just remembered I have to floss tonight. Lovely meeting you."
I would assume it's a joke and laugh at the ridiculousness of it lol. If she was dead serious, then I'd be thinking I should brace myself for a weird date that will probably be the last date. Especially if she can't laugh at herself