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About two months ago I applied for an internship at a company and was asked to complete an online programming test. I passed the test and they followed up with a phone interview a few days later, which I thought went well. I didn't hear from them at all for nearly a month (I thought I didn't make it past this stage). However, about a week ago I got a call from one of the recruiters, and he mentioned that I had made it to the final interview stage, which involves flying over to their offices and completing various tasks over an entire day. He then asked me to email a list of days on which I would be available for the interview, which I did. He replied to my email later that day asking whether I would be available on any other days, as it would be unlikely for them to guarantee an interview on the days I specified. I quickly replied with a few more days on which I'd be available.

It's been nearly four days and I haven't received any reply yet. Should I send a polite email asking about the status of my application, or just give it some more time?

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  • How close were the days that you replied with to the current date? If close then make sure to get in touch – Twyxz Sep 6 '18 at 12:30
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Should I send a polite email asking about the status of my application, or just give it some more time?

At this point I would advise patience, as they have shown that they are going to be slow moving this along. This is to be expected to a point as they are trying to coordinate many peoples schedules.

If you haven't heard from them in another few days, drop them an email inquiring if they need additional availability dates.

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