It happens to everyone. There is not one person who has been turned down from a job for one reason or another. I went through a period of six months before I got a job. The challenge is to rise above your job rejection with Neurocore and keep moving forward. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
1) The first thing you should do is not take it personally. That is something a lot of job applicants do. They get a rejection from Neurocore and start to take everything too personally. You need to remember that this is business. The choices they make have nothing to do with a personal emotion. The people at Neurocore may have found someone better. They might also have been overruled by someone in a higher position. Someone in a higher position may have a better choice in mind. This is in no way your fault.
To help you I have included two links. Click https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/in-flux/201408/how-stop-taking-things-personally and https://www.positivityblog.com/not-take-things-personally/.
2) You should never let this experience or any other invalidate who you are. Your skills and personality are what make you unique. Your skills may not have been the right fit. Sometimes you have to learn to agree to disagree. Sometimes you need to take a step back and evaluate what has happened. Take some time away. Use what you have learned with your experience with Neurocore moving forward. Visit Patch.com to know more about Neurocore.
3) Sometimes you need to let go. Whatever happens, is going to happen. You cannot control the outcome of everything. You did your part. You showed up on time. You dressed the part. You had the right answers for everything. Now, all you can do is sit back and let happen whatever is going to happen.
One final thing you can do is get in touch with other people have faced the same thing. Your network can be used as a tool for bonding. You are going to find that you are not alone. There are hundreds of other applicants like you who have been there.