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Posted by Khaled Kteily on in Networking & Reputation

Part 3 is meant to give you a little bit more insight into how the information session process works. As a student, you eagerly scan the postings, rush to register for each firm that pops up, half-listen to the presentations, and then make the perfunctory small-talk with the consultants. It's a part of the game that everyone has to play, but you generally only focus on your side of things. The key is think about why the consulting firms are there to begin with. The answer is to find the 2 following types of students:

1. High potential students

These can fall in the following:

-Students who are articulate, easy to talk to, and fit the 'communication' characteristics bill nicely. ("I'd trust them in front of a client")

-Students who have solid work experience and come across positively in conversations.