It might be confusing whether you could pass the interview or not. Well, you can do follow-up to the recruiters if you want. Here are the things you should pay attention to before sending follow-up emails to recruiters: *** Ask Directly** Recruiter usually will give you the opportunity to ask some questions. This is a good time for you to ask about the next recruitment flow. Make sure the recruiter tells you when you will be contacted for the next step. *** Ask by Email** You can also send a follow up email to the recruiter. After the recruiter says he will let you know within the next two weeks, you can send follow-up emails at least after two weeks since you did the interview. It is important for you to pay attention to the dates and not send an email within two weeks of the interview because you don’t want to rush the recruiter. Please pay attention to the email address and the contents of the letter before sending.
Here is the example of follow-up email:
To [Recruiter's name] I hope this email finds you well. My name is [name], a candidate who applied for [position] and had an interview with you at [date and month] for [company's name]. With this email, I want to ask you if there is any further information in terms of my opportunity to work for [company's name]. Thank you for your consideration and I am looking forward to hear from you soon. [your name] [your contact]*
Those are the things you need to pay attention to before following up for a job interview. By implementing these various steps, hopefully your journey to achieving your dream career can come true, good luck!