Enough about sending letters to your interviewers (personally I think its pointless). What about sending thank yous that are more deserved, like the people that wrote letters of support. Should you send it once you have gotten in somewhere (not necessarily your first choice) ? or Do you wait until all is said and done, so that you can say "I am going to . . . "
Because honestly I think LORs carry more weight than the interview. Because if your LOR suck, you won't even get an interview. So they therefore require more gratitude.
In nearly all instances, sending a thank you note will have no bearing on your application. A couple or few sentences is adequate. It is a matter of etiquette, so it is a personal decision.
Agreed.It is never wrong to say thank you. It may not help in the short run but believe me, it is a day brightener that shows you cared enough to take the time and effort required to send a note.
So, are thank you letters in the form of emails not as acceptable as those in the form of snail mail?
What is your take on this please?? If I send a card tomorrow... it'll take 3 days to get there... meaning that, including the weekend, it'll arrive on Monday...
What to do??