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I've been rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on why. Is this OKokay?

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding tests and several phone interviews, and they also led me to understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying for, I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it OKokay if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

I've been rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on why. Is this OK?

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding tests and several phone interviews, and they also led me to understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying for, I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it OK if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

I've been rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on why. Is this okay?

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding tests and several phone interviews, and they also led me to understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying for, I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it okay if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

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I've discardedbeen rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on the why, is. Is this okOK?

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected at last. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding testtests and several phone interviews, and they also madeled me to understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying for, I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it okOK if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

I've discarded during application process, and I want to ask some more details on the why, is this ok?

I've been through a quite long application process, and I've been rejected at last. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding test and several phone interviews, and they also made me understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it ok if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

I've been rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on why. Is this OK?

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding tests and several phone interviews, and they also led me to understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying for, I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it OK if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?

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I've discarded during application process, and I want to ask some more details on the why, is this ok?

I've been through a quite long application process, and I've been rejected at last. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not proceed further.

Because during the application I did a couple of coding test and several phone interviews, and they also made me understand that I was a good match for the position I was applying I would like to know what specifically was my weakness.

Is it ok if I ask? Or do you think it's inappropriate?