Not only you should, but you totally must!
- In most cases, there is more than one reason. Write your ideas, in order of importance, in bullets points
- Start your answer by an introduction to those bullet points (e.g., There are mainly 3 reasons why I would like to work in consulting)
- Comment the bullets in order or importance, clearly separating the ideas. This makes it easier to follow, more structured and dynamic
- Finish with a summary of the points, as long as a “tweet” (e.g., In a nutshell, the 3 reasons why I want to work in consulting are the multidisciplinary approach, global scope and client-facing engagements
Here you have an example:
There are two main reasons why consulting is the way that I want to start my career. I studied Architecture since I loved the multi-multidisciplinary approach: from Math to History, from Construction to Aesthetics. However, I realized that, when it comes to working as an architect, the scope narrows down a lot. Hence, the 1st reason why I want to transition to consulting is to keep the multi-discipline and multi-industry focus. Furthermore, I love being constantly challenged and learning at high speed, and I know that consulting has one of the steepest learning curves. In a nutshell, the 2 reasons why I would like to join consulting are the multi-disciplinary focus and the constant challenge that drives exponential growth
Hope it helps!