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Email Response to Interview Invitation?

kathie2011kathie2011 Posts: 49Registered User Junior Member
edited November 2012 in College Admissions
I got an email inviting me for an interview and I'm trying to respond back in the best way possible. Is it okay to simply say Dear XXXX, Thank you for this opportunity! I definitely look forward to the interview. , Sincerely XXXX

Is it alright? Too short/rude?
Post edited by kathie2011 on

Replies to: Email Response to Interview Invitation?

  • pandamicpandamic Posts: 408Registered User Junior Member
    Do you need to include the date you want to interview on? Other than that, it looks fine to me! I worry over e-mails as well, I always think that they will sound rude xD
  • MassmommMassmomm Posts: 1,109Registered User Senior Member
    My daughter responded to her Wellesley interview invitation via email. Just be polite and include all the relevant info (time, day, your name, school, etc.)
  • oldfortoldfort Posts: 17,993Registered User Senior Member
    Include your cell phone just in case there is a last minute schedule change.
  • T26E4T26E4 Posts: 18,951Registered User Senior Member
    good advice given to you so far. But stop overthinking this. Working adults use email continually and it's a simple form of communication. Don't sweat it.
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