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Mail to interviewer. Please suggest [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2010, 02:12
I had my interview today. It went pretty OK. I thanked the interviewer for his time on my way out.
Should I write a 'thank you email' again? If so, should I write something in addition?
I am just not sure because I feel a 'one line thankyou' will look awkward and a 'longer one' will look like i am trying to butter him. May be its a trivial thing.. But can someone suggest what people usually write in such emails?
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Re: Mail to interviewer. Please suggest [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2010, 06:40
uva09 wrote:
I had my interview today. It went pretty OK. I thanked the interviewer for his time on my way out.
Should I write a 'thank you email' again? If so, should I write something in addition?
I am just not sure because I feel a 'one line thankyou' will look awkward and a 'longer one' will look like i am trying to butter him. May be its a trivial thing.. But can someone suggest what people usually write in such emails?


Perhaps reiterate your enthusiasm for the program and touch on a couple of things that were discussed during the interview. A couple of short paragraphs would suffice.
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Re: Mail to interviewer. Please suggest [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2010, 10:29
Definitely write a thank you email. As for content, I dont think you need a template or anything of the sort; just say that it was a pleasure to meet, that youre really interested in the program, and why its a good fit for you, and what you can contribute.

Keep it simple and short.
Re: Mail to interviewer. Please suggest   [#permalink] 04 Mar 2010, 10:29
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