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    Preposition and proper noun

    Could you please tell me whether I used correct preposition and capitalize all proper noun correctly.

    I am certified in PRINCE2 and have extensive experience in supporting Senior Project Managers and Delivery Directors in planning, executing, monitoring, and closing a variety of IT projects( $2-300 Million)
    I am a self-starter and can think outside the box to meets tight deadlines.
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    I have proven track record in tracking, controlling and reporting on project/program schedule, budget and scope for C-level Executives.

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    Re: Preposition and proper noun

    Quote Originally Posted by english_learn View Post
    Could you please tell me whether I used correct preposition and capitalized all proper nouns correctly.

    I am certified in PRINCE2 and have extensive experience in supporting Senior Project Managers and Delivery Directors in planning, executing, monitoring, and closing a variety of IT projects ($2-300 Million).
    I am a self-starter and can think outside the box to meets meet tight deadlines.
    I am eager to learn. new things.
    I strive for continued excellence at all times.
    I have a proven track record in tracking, controlling and reporting on project/program schedules, budgets and scope (I don't think this is the word you need) for C-level Executives.
    See above for my corrections. I'm not sure what the correct word is in your final sentence, but you can't have a proven track record in "scope" unless it is an industry-specific term I'm not familiar with.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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