If you have not been able to crack an interview then you must work hard to find out the areas where you need to improve so that you don’t fail the next time. To do that, you must write a professional feedback request letter to the interviewer asking him the reasons because of which you have not been selected for that particular job.
Here is a feedback request letter after interview which has been given below. Customize it as per your need
Sample Feedback Request Letter After Interview
52 Richmond Street
Date: 29th October, 2015
Manager, Human Resource
ABC Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
12 Park Avenue
Subject: Interview Feedback Request
Dear Ms. Julie,
Thank you for taking out time from your busy schedule to interview me for the post of Human Resource Executive on October 1st, 2015.
Although I could not make it for the next round but I still feel it was a great learning experience for me. I would want to work hard to improve my job application and interview skills and I would be grateful if you could please share with me the areas where you feel I need to improve. Please share your feedback so that I can develop on my weak areas and incorporate it in my next application.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 1234-5678 and I would be very thankful for sparing time to share your feedback.
Looking forward for your reply. Thank you for considering my application and for your time.