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need some help with commas:

1) I believe these experiences, my interest in blablabla, as well as my enthusiasm for blablabla (comma here or not?) make me a strong candidate for blablabla.

2)These are just some more reasons(comma here or not?) why I think (comma here or not?) I would truly enjoy this (comma here or not?) and why I feel well prepared to do it.

thanks!!

I belive it should be:

I believe these experiences, my interest in blablabla, and my enthusiasm for blablabla make me a strong candidate for blablabla.

These are just some more reasons why I think I would truly enjoy this and why I feel well prepared to do it.


Comma after experiences, and second comma after second blablabla,

Second sentence you do not need further punctuation.

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