- Get some feedback:
Once you have been given your feedback, write it all down and write down how you have or will overcome this. You may have been told you do not have enough experience so go out and get some work experience in a related field. You may have been told you are lacking certain skills so enroll onto a course to improve these skills.
You may have been told you are too young so emphasis how mature you are and show some examples to prove it. Whatever the reason you were rejected, make sure you have a valid argument to show that the reason for rejection is not valid.
Once you have all of your strong, valid arguments you are ready to begin writing your appeal letter.
- Writing your appeal letter:
Introduce yourself in the first paragraph and explain that you are writing in the hope that they will reconsider your application. In the second and third paragraphs you should give the reasons as to why you were initially rejected and give the examples of how you have overcome them.
A good website to find examples of all kinds of letters is howwriteletter.com. Here is an example of a college admission appeal letter whereby a student has failed the entrance exam but passed when they did it again two months later.