I put this inside another thread, but it brought up some more questions for myself mainly about writing thank you letters for interviews ... I had a much anticipated interview today that went ok, but not great. The biggest issue I had was the principal talked so much I barely got a word in edgewise! I took my opportunities whenever I could - but it was wierd. For every question I answered she had a very long explanation or story of another related situation. I was in there for an hour and listened to her for 40 - 45 minutes. Don't get me wrong, I really like the principal a lot, but I am concerned that I didn't get a chance to make an impression and I know I didn't get to make some important points that I would have liked to. I would like to write a thank you, but have never done that before. What do I include? Is it ok to make some points that I would have liked to in the interview? I don't know where to go from here and I know I have to wait until the week of the 9th to even hear anything.