I'm doing a final round interview for junior research analyst role at McKinsey in a couple days. I see that so far there's limited information on preplounge regarding the research role, so I'm hoping to get more understanding. My questions are as follows:
- What to expect for final round interview? Will it be any different from regular business analyst role? So far, I've done 2 rounds of technical, case, and PEI.
-If I do get the job offer (just thinking ahead :) ), should I pursue this vs. applying for business analyst role maybe at Bain/BCG/ATK? My goal is pursue consulting track, but I don't come from a target school background or have relevant consulting experience. I'm currently doing M&A at a big4. So generally speaking I'm not sure what's my chances to even get through resume screening. To just give a bit more context, I did a 1 full year internships at Morgan Stanley & an asset management firm. With my finance background, I can also pursue investment banking if consulting doesnt pan out. Sorry this is long, but any thoughts / comments will be appreciated.