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I had an interview, and I know I definitely could have done better. The company sent me the result thorugh e-mail, and as I expected, I did not get to the next round of interviews. Would it be so wrong if I reply this e-mail trying to point out how I would have improved? I would not give excuses, but recognize my mistakes and correct them somehow. I want to have another opportunity, perhaps not for this time, but later some other time. If it is wrong, then what could I say?

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You could send them a thank you note like:

Thank you so much for interviewing me for the X position. I can see now that I should have done Y. I am still very much interested in working for your company, and will apply again in the future."

If they like what you write, they might reconsider, but don't expect it.

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Would it be so wrong if I reply this e-mail trying to point out how I would have improved?

It's not wrong.

A politely worded Thank You letter, thanking the interviewers for their time and consideration, could also point out how you would have improved.

It's possible that it might help a small bit, but it's probably not going to make a difference. Most likely it won't hurt.

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