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Old 01-16-2014
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Hi guyz.. I realized yesterday that I forgot to write thank you email to one of the prelim programs where I interviewed in mid December.. I know dats such a stupid thing knowing d fact that as it is it's so hard to match in prelim. But I think I ll write an email now dat I hv finished all my interviews.. Better late than never.. but I dunno how to write it cuz I kno it's too late.. Any ideas?
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No one? Guyz pls I cud use some help.. Pls share some ideas..
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No one? Guyz pls I cud use some help.. Pls share some ideas..
Start with the thank you part , and the mention ..... I finish all my I vs and I consider that training in you program would be a great ..... Yada yada. A mix of thank you-email, follow up/match-email

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not a big deal ... u can send it now and combine the thank you with the letter of intent to show your interest in the program ... thats what u called hitting 2 birds with one stone ! good luck.
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