Invention 11: Overall, I would take this slower, but I think your livelier approach could work. Watch for rhythmic unevennesses, particularly in the left hand (e.g., first couple of measures, measures 7-9, 19) and rushings (15-18). At the mordents, you often seem to hesitate a bit too much on the first beat and then jerk forward into the rest of the quaver. It all sounds just a bit flabby to my ears. As already pointed out, some further work with the metronome may help and maybe I would recommend experimenting with a slightly slower tempo, which may end up giving the mordents more bite.
Invention 5: This definitely shows that you have a nice facility (this may be the most difficult invention), but IMHO it just needs a bit more definition. The notes sound a bit hazy to me (could partially be the recording as well) and lacking in weight. Strange pedal continuation sound, though I have to say I rather like it.
Are you using pedal there?
Invention 2: This one may be the weakest. You start off with one tempo but rush and seem to gush forward a bit at a time. Again, your facility is fine and you obviously know it well. I just think you need to focus more on hearing the insistent pulse of the music so that you give the listener more of a sense of sureness, not of nervousness and vacillation.
Despite my nitpicks, though, IMHO this would be good enough for the site. Your fingers are quite good, and to my ears you have a natural fluidity. You may want to polish these more but you are definitely getting there IMO.
My greater reservation might be with the recording, which seems awfully distant and shadowy (I had to turn my speakers all the way up to hear it).
Anyway, hope my comments are helpful to you (and Monica too