I would like to convey this idea:
I have a strong academic background in accounting, so I am confident that I can qualify as an accounting within a short period in the future.
However, "within a short period in the future" is too long.
Could you please suggest any word to replace "within a short period in the future"?
in the near future.
in a short period of time. (<--- but seem can't convery "future")
Quickly: seem to be overconfident.
Shortly: seem to be inappropriate.
- within X weeks / months
- by DATE
- before DATE
- ... that I will soon qualify as ...
To be honest, the wording doesn't matter all that much. Whatever you write, the reader will focus on two things only:
1. This person has not qualified yet.
2. Is that important to me?
If the answer to question 2 is "yes", then someone who has already qualified will be selected. If the answer is "no", then good luck with the interview!
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