This morning I had a first round of interviews with a top tier consulting firm in Morocco. The fit parts went well. But I know I made a bad impression on the case study of the first interview: I didn't lead the case properly, made one calculation mistake... I was resilient and the second case went much better. I know the two consultants are now going to discuss my performance and deliberate.
My questions is: what are my chances of being given a second round of interviews, knowing my performance has been good with one interviewer and only average with the other? Would they tend to give the benefit of the doubt or rather use my flaw as a reason to reject me? Does it depend on other candidates they have at the same time? Does it follow any logic at all?
Thanks for any insight :)