I have a question-I am a new grad who didn't get into a new grad program at one of the hospitals near by. It was a tough program to get into. 900 applied, less than 100 got interviewed and I believe 20 got in. Is it ok to email the interviewer and ask why I did not get accepted and if she has any recommendations? I feel it will be beneficial information for future interviews so I can work on my faults. Please let me know your opinions and how I can address it to the interviewer. Thanks all!
Don't waste your energy...like others above mentioned, you aren't going to get a constructive answer. Over 800 people didn't make it. The odds of you contacting someone who knows the specific reasons that 1 out of that group weren't chosen are not going to be good.
There is a good chance nothing was wrong with you. The fact is very few were chosen, and for for each one who was there were probably 10 others who were just as good or better candidates. Sometimes you aren't one of the best. And then again sometimes you are, but then life isn't always fair.
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