Student or Learner
In the following sentence, it says" I more than meet the stated criteria."
However, I think I "just" meet the job requirements.
Not more than, and not less than.
How can I rewrite the following sentence (especially the blue part)?
It was with particular interest that I read your advertisement for the position of a trainee accountant, detailed on JobsDB, as I believe that I more than meet the stated criteria.
I think this is not for you, the applicant, to say but is for the employer to judge!I more than meet the stated criteria.
'I fulfil all the necessary requirements for the job.'
not a teacher
I think Tedtmc's version might work better- if you more than meet the criteria, you might come across as overqualified and should be applying for higher positions.
Yes. You have to say "that you full fill all the necessary criteria" in this context. So,this would be correct.