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I was contacted on linkedIN by a recruiter at a big tech firm about a month ago saying how they are in the process of hiring new grads, and she asked for my updated resume. I sent her an email with my resume and a message of interest, she then replied that the hiring process is from August to December and that she'll be considering me for software developer/tester positions. If there would be a match her or one of her colleagues would email me.
About 2 weeks ago I realized that I made a small mistake in my resume (I put a comma instead of a period in my email) and sent her an email telling her that I'm sending her an updated resume because I wouldn't want one of her colleagues to email the wrong address. Her reply was Thanks for noticing that and sending the corrected resume.
So my question is should I try to be persistent and ask how the process is going? Since she didn't flat out say it probably wouldn't work. Also is it acceptable to politely ask if we're seriously being considered?
Thank you for your help!