I applied for a job, and have gotten called in for an interview. The application process was done through a third party website where I had to fill in some personal info, education info, and work info for an online form. I also had to upload documents, including my resume. I had filled out the same online form for another job I had applied to previously, so I already had a form filled out when I went to the site, but I wrote a new cover letter and uploaded a new resume.
However, after sending the application I've noticed some inconsistencies between the written resume I uploaded and the online profile. Specifically, the birthday on my online profile is off by one day (birth dates on resumes are expected in my country), I guess I must have misclicked without noticing. Furthermore, in my uploaded form I used convocation dates for my education, while in the online form I notice I used my last month of classes. So while year is the same, months differ. Also the current job information is more accurate in my uploaded resume (as I updated my resume since my last application, but not the online form). In all, I didn't put enough thought into proofreading the online profile and just focused on my uploaded documents.
Now that I have the interview, I'm unsure what I should do. Which resume are they likely to be looking at, my uploaded resume or the online form? Should I bring up these inconsistencies at the interview? Are the months likely to matter for the education during a potential background check? Am I overthinking it since I got to the interview stage?