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Thank you email/letter after interview?

Discussion in 'Pre-Optometry' started by Brown Eye Girl, Apr 9, 2007.

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  1. Brown Eye Girl

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    Hi there!
    Just wanted to know if any of you emailed or sent a letter to the person who interviewed you? Wasn't too sure if this was the proper thing to do. What do you think... or will it just make you look desperate?:rolleyes:
  2. soupey

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    i sent an email to mine, it reallly doesnt make a difference usually, but mine hinted towards me getting in b4 i got the official acceptance, some of the people i met did the same and got replies that were neutral - and they still got accepted, usually it doesnt make a difference if they've already met and discussed your application.

    it still doesnt hurt to send a little thank you note tho.
  3. Optomoman

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    I reccomend writing the thank you email as soon as you get back home (or your hotel), even before you take off your suit;)
  4. odforme

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    ^^^ I agree...it is always proper to send a note after any kind of interview. I personally sent mine through US Mail rather than email. It shows much more effort and is more personal than an email.

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