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I think it's a good idea to send the internal examiners an outline of your proposed changes, as your supervisor suggested.
After your revision, I'd suggest you tabulate all your revision showing how your corrections respond to the required changes. What I did was to even add a cover letter to thank the examiners for their comments and suggestions (whether or not you agree or disagree with the suggested revision).
I think it's pretty normal to have that kind of feeling. It's what they call "anti-climax'. I also had that feeling for a short while after passing the viva but since I did my PhD part time and had a full time job, I did not have much time to miss my PhD! I just had to continue working on the same job...
Interesting. I think different universities use different wordings. I had my viva a few years ago and was given 6 months to revise the thesis. But it was considered a pass with minor amendments. Perhaps the examiners took into account the fact that I had a full time job. Anyway, I finished the revision in around 2 weeks. Well..you will get there soon.
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