Would a native English Speaker talk like this?
|(Let's say A, an employer, is in the middle of interviewing B, an applicant. By the way, Feather river law school is best law school in the story.)
A:So you’re currently taking up law? Tell me more about your education.
B: After I graduated from Oak wood University with a degree in Political Science, I decided to pursue law at St. Andrews. I think one of the reasons why I went to law school was that most of my relatives are lawyers......After finishing a semester in St. Andrews, I became interested in transferring to Feather River law school. I knew I had a slim chance of getting admitted there, but I gave it a shot, and, luckily, I passed their screening process. The only issue is none of the subjects I've taken up in my previous law school was credited.
A: I see. What was your first day like in Feather River?
B:The experience was terrifying. We were given ten long cases to read three days before the start of classes. One case was a hundred pages long. But, I knew I would encounter that.
As a native English speaker, is the conversation natural or stilted?