Two years ago, my passion for consulting pushed me out from medical career as a microbiology. When I diverted to business-oriented with hope of securing a consulting career, I failed over and over again upto about 50 times at resume submission/online applications. Flexibly, I diverted focus to sales/Maketing career because of the pleasure I derive in practicing related case questions during my initial pursuit for consulting. Diverting to sales/marketing role landed me to "Digital Marketing & Branding Expertise" which I practice greatly today, all thanks to consulting aspirations! BUT I DIDN"T GIVE UP THAT ASPIRATION YET!
Luckly now, I've been scheduled for a coffee chat from Bain & Company after 2 years of consistent failures, though it's simply a coffee chat, I feel so elated. By imagining myself winning that coffee chat already, I want to start preparing for the main recruitment processes. Please Help, I Don't Want To Fail Again!
My Question is: HOW CAN A NOVICE LEARN & BECOME PRO AT WINNING A CONSULTING JOB FOLLOWING THE TOUGH RECRUITMENT?
Please who & what can help me?
For Now, My one-paged CV is modified already for the process. You can still review & confirm its potentials in helping me win this career at this one-time opportunity that just come my way.