First, good luck!
In general, you should expect and prepare for the same things you've already been preparing...that is...anything!
Of course, you should be ready for it to be potentially a little more intense, or to dive more into business concepts or be more unstructured, but it's all generally the same!
The process is the same, but it can be tougher; you are interviewing with Partners who will likely press further/deeper and move from the table stakes of can you do a case, to are you clever, curious, and a good cultural fit for the firm. Furthermore, extensive notes were taken, including marks on various categories. The Partners see this and will specifically look to test anything you appeared shaky on.
Note: Even if you didn't receive "negative feedback" there are probably areas that you can self-identify as having been weak in your first rounf.
- More focus on fit
- More focus on any weaknesses you may have exhibited in the first round
- Make sure you have your story down, a strong set of responses to questions, and you know what personality traits to highligh
- If they gave you feedback from the first round, focus hard on improvement areas. If they didn't, try to reflect on where you weren't as strong, and practice that
Other than that, keep doing what you're doing it's you've passed the earlier rounds as it's obviously working!
Here are some other create Q&As to provide more clarity for you: