I just found out that I've been passed on to the final round for an internship at McK. In all honesty, I don't think I'm as prepared as I should be as I haven't done many live cases. I'm looking for efficient and relatively less time-consuming ways to prepare for the final round because I have a really busy week ahead of me.
I received detailed feedback from the last EM that interviewed me, here's what I got:
I am actually good but clearly don't feel like it and I should be more confident. They liked that I paid attention to small but critical details and I have strong analytical skills. Good ideas/Lists of ideas but I should present them in a more structured manner. Structuring isn't necessarily my strong suit and I should pay more attention to it. I could take better notes and use the paper as a PowerPoint slide.
So at this point, I'm looking for suggestions on how I could prepare for the final round as efficiently as I can! Apparently, I'm having trouble with structuring, so if anyone has had the same issue I'd love to hear about how you overcame it. Any tips or suggestions would also be appreciated.
Thanks a lot!