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Interview follow-up

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mmwen mmwen (New) New

I am wondering how many of you sent a follow-up thank you note to your interviewers? Is it proper etiquitte?

I did and they liked it, I got in.

Would it be ok to send an email or should it be a more formal handwritten note? I was one of the last to interview last week, and they will be making decisions next week. Thank you for your replies!

joyflnoyz

Specializes in home health. Has 7 years experience.

Would it be ok to send an email or should it be a more formal handwritten note? I was one of the last to interview last week, and they will be making decisions next week. Thank you for your replies!

Handwritten-- always!

Just about everyone can dash off an email..takes no time, very little consideration.

Who do you address the note to? I was interviewed by three people, plus the admissions director has been very helpful. Also, I feel like a thank-you note should be handwritten, but if I typed it up I could send it to each of these folks without getting hand cramps. What's the consensus?

TLC RN

Specializes in CVICU. Has 1 years experience.

Handwritten...not sure to whom but for sure handwritten is better even if you suffer hand cramps.

My gut also says handwritten, however, I sent an e-mail. There were two reasons: 1) The school interviewed this week and they are making decisions Monday-no time for a thank you card to arrive. 2) This particular school does ALL correspondence by e-mail, including acceptances.

Yes for sending a thank you letter. I send a word processed one, following a guideline for thank you notes from the internet. My hand writing is ok, but thought the computer generated note would be more formal.

Jennie

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