Yesterday I just finished a half day (morning)with a which included several interviews. Unfortunately I had not gotten much sleep the night before due to being woken up by loud noise from the room next door which persisted for more than one hour, this was completely outside of my control and had a severe negative impact.
This caused me to be extremely tired in the morning, however despite this I still feel I performed well during all interviews. After the interviews had finished I was told to go home, at that point I was extremely tired and went back to my room to sleep. However a few minutes after falling asleep I was suddenly called by HR and asked to come back to the office. At that point I was not aware of the process, I was extremely tired but was also excited as I mistakenly thought I was being invited in to be given an offer.
Upon arrival at the office I realized that the reason for calling me back to was give me another interview with a different VP who I had not yet interviewed with. However at this point I was absolutely exhausted and performed very badly during this interview due to being far too tired.
None of the other candidates have been given offers yet and I am wondering whether to send an email to HR explaining the situation and stating my concerns whilst also offering to come in for another interview if necessary (I am studying in the same city as the office I interviewed at) I am concerned whether this might come across as whiny or appear like I am trying to make excuses, or even make them think I might not be able to cope with being tired whilst working there?
What would you guys do in this situation?