Has anyone here conducted their consulting interviews in a foreign language they're not entirely fluent in? If so, do you have any advice?
I live/go to grad school in Germany, and German is my third language (native English speaker, I also speak Spanish). I intend to stay in Germany for the foreseeable future and am very keen on becoming a consultant. My German level is currently B2/C1, and I have been to job fairs where I've only spoken to recruiters in German, etc...however, the thought conducting an interview/case interview in German is super nervewrecking for me as my grammar isn't always the best and I'm concerned about perhaps not being able to understand my interviewer (especially if I'm in a diff part of Germany with very different accents/slang).
I know I will need to do this (and I want to! I love living here and want my German to be as fluent as possible) and I recently took the TestDaF (German fluency exam, still waiting on my scores), but honestly I'm just pretty nervous about the thought of this and having this thought in the back of my mind is a huge distraction as I try to learn about cases (coming from a liberal arts background).
As I learn the how to do cases, my mind keeps saying "cool, but if you can't do this in German it doesn't even really matter." Does anyone maybe have any good resources about doing cases specifically in German/the kind of terminology/vocab I'll need?
Any advice is appreciated!