Originally Posted by silverfox
Looks a lot better. I still don't understand these, but maybe that's because I'm not in the industry.
I guess that's a question for the interview.
Yeah, they do sound suspect. I wouldn't trust that you'll get the interview and get the opportunity to answer the question.
How was the "100% accuracy" measured? (And, BTW, the wording "calculating 100% accuracy" is bad)
And "maintained a high rate of on-time performance" begs for numbers and a benchmark. If you don't know what the numbers are, how can you say they are "high"?