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Hi,

Question1:

Which sentence is better?

Sentence1:

As guaranteed by my academic achievements, I am confident that I am capable of understanding any chemical theories and apply them.

Sentence2:
I am confident that I am capable of understanding any chemical theories and apply them, as guaranteed by my academic achievements.

Question2:
If none of the above sentence is correct, could you please help me to link "my academic achievements" and "capable of understanding any chemical theories"?

Thanks
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Hi,

Are you sure that 'chemical theories' is the correct phrase?

What kind of job is the writer applying for? A research chemist? A laboratory technician?

Clive
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Hi,

(1)

Is chemical theories a correct phrase?
Please see (2)

(2)

What kind of jobs applying?

Sorry, I am not applying jobs in the chemical industy.

The original phrase in my application letter is statistical theory.

I am applying for a position of analyst at government statistic department.

We will use some statistical software to, for example, predict future inflation.
To achieve this, I need to input some statisical formulae into the software.
So, I need to understand those theories, and apply them on work.

Thanks
Hi,

Question1:

Which sentence is better?

Sentence1:

As guaranteed by my academic achievements, I am confident that I am capable of understanding any chemical theories and apply them.

Sentence2:
I am confident that I am capable of understanding any chemical theories and apply them, as guaranteed by my academic achievements.

Question2:

If none of the above sentence is correct, could you please help me to link "my academic achievements" and "capable of understanding any chemical theories"?

I suggest this.

My academic background enables me to understand and to utilize all statistical methods.

Clive