I am preparing for my second round McKinsey interview and am trying to learn from my mistakes during my first round. I was quite shocked during my first round when both of my interviewers presented an exhibit and asked "what my hypotheses are." Normally, for exhibit questions, the prompt I got would normally be some sort of summary or what I've found in the exhibit. I am wondering if the way my interviewers asked the questions differ than the traditional prompts and how I should tackle the question?
Relatedly, I am also wondering if there's any great resources for practicing complicated exhibit interpretations.