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So I'm actually wondering the correct way to write this for

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New post 24 Jan 2013, 11:49
So I'm actually wondering the correct way to write this for a non-gmat reason. Figured someone in here would know :)

Prior to starting my business, I used to be shy and preferred working alone. I now stand up in front of groups of students and faculty with confidence, ready to present why my company is a good choice for their next event.

Would this be correct? Should that second comma be a semicolon? Or would you reword the whole thing?
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New post 24 Jan 2013, 12:58
I'm not an expect but thought I should add my 2 cents.
I think it would sound better if you say, "Prior to starting my business, I used to be shy and preferred working alone but now I can stand in front of groups of students and faculty with confidence, and ready to present why my company is a good choice for their next event.

Expects please correct me if I am wrong.
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Hello Moderators,

While practicing SC questions I found this question sitting in SC bank. Is SC bank really a place of such stuff. !!!

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