Answered by Dana, Hiring Expert at ManpowerGroup, on Thursday, April 23, 2015
I absolutely agree with the other respondent who suggested sending a follow-up email. When reviewing and interacting with candidates, I always appreciated those who not only caught their mistakes during the screening process, but particularly those who took responsibility for them in a professional manner. A simple acknowledgement and apology will go a long way.
Shoot over a quick email, mentioning that you caught an error in a previous communication and just wanted to address it. Keep the message short and simple. Close by asking if there are any other documents or pieces of information that they may need at this time, and offer to make yourself available for any follow-up conversations, or next-steps. Thank them again for their time and expertise.
Spelling and grammar can really make a difference to your overall candidacy, though! I'd recommend using this as a reason to double and triple check your resume and your online profiles (like LinkedIn), and making sure everything is absolutely spot-on.