I have an interview coming up, where I will be in a large group of candidates. We will each take turns rotating through several separate rooms, eventually meeting with all the school's faculty. I am expecting to meet quite a few faculty members, given the size of the interview candidate group, and am worried about keeping track of names. When interviewing with a larger number of faculty members, is it customary to send each one a thank you letter, or only to the school director and assistant director? If letters should go to each one, how are you guys remembering all the names, and especially proper spelling
? In past interviews, I have been so nervous going in, that this has been a challenge, and it always feels awkward to find a moment to write down names on my notepad at some point during the interview. I know some schools list the faculty members on their web site, but that's not always the case.