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What's the best way to send a thank you note?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by serge23, Oct 12, 2002.

  1. serge23

    serge23 Member
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    Hey guys,
    I was just wondering what is the best way to send out a thank you note to your interviewers? I mean, is it better to buy a pack of hallmark thankyou cards and add a message; or is it better to type a letter (in letter format, of course) through MS Word and sign it and send it,: or a instead of typing it, just write it on paper and send it?...

    What do you think? A little advice...Thanks a lot.
     
  2. jot

    jot

    :laugh:

    but seriously, i'm just e-mailing everyone. i can't extol the virtues of a lazy man enough. nothing says thank you like e-mail, except maybe a colonic.:)
     
  3. Sweet Tea

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    buy some blank hallmark cards, handwrite a nice, short, sincere little message (please don't start it with "thank you for..." you are a better writer than that!), and send it directly to the interviewer, not the admissions office. i'm not a fan of emailed thank you notes, but that's just me.
     
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  4. Random Access

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    I agree. Emailed is a little impersonal.

    But yeah blank cards. Not necessarily Hallmark, but also check out museum gift shops and such. They have nice blank cards that can show some flair.

    -RA
     
  5. S.c. Cdc28p

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    Blank cards handwritten with a short message. And there's nothing wrong with "Thank you for...".
     
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