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So I've been contacting schools in regards to school experience. Today, a teacher phoned me back but I was on another call (with a teaching agency) and I tried to ring back 4 mins after he had called but was unable to get through. I tried 3 times. Then, an hour and a bit later he phoned me. He left me his number and told me to phone or text him. I only listened to the voicemail at half 6 and for the last hour, I've been wondering if it's too late to give him a text or whether to phone him in the morning and explain that I didn't get the voicemail until late and didn't want to interrupt him at home etc. However, by ringing in the morning, would I be interrupting him at work? I'm so confused and anxious!
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LuigiMario
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Send a text, that’s an appropriate form of non-synchronous communication, exactly suitable for this problem. Good luck
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