I've had an interview at company X. It went good, I got a coding assignment and did okay. The company is going to let me know if they want to see me again for a second interview, with CEO.
I feel they're going to see quite some other candidates who either could have better technical background or more stable school carrier (it took me longer to finish my studies and they already implied it could be an issue). Which, I'm afraid, might make them decide not to see me again.
Is it a bad idea to send them an extra motivation letter? I really feel like it could be a good thing to express 'unmatched motivation'. Or will it just be experienced as obtrusive? I would greatly appreciate any help in formulating my letter:
Dear sir Y,
Awaiting a possible invitation for a second interview, this is really on my mind. I'm impressed by company name and I'm looking forward to a second interview. My thoughts are with the other candidates who might have a better technical background, or completed their school carriers on normal term.
However, I am convinced that my motivation and soft skills are unmatched. During my schoolcarrier I didn't fount what I was looking for, I was missing a challenge. Now that I was able to taste of professional life with an internship, I notice that there's nothing that I want more than to work on a high level in a professional environment like Company Name.
I would therefore greatly appreciate an invitation to a second interview.
Is this a good idea to do? What could I improve?