Hey guys, very new to posting on this site.
I have an upcoming 1st round interview for an Analyst position within Blackstone's Real Estate Asset Management group, and I'm wondering if anyone with past experience has any tips on how to stick out as a strong candidate. I have been preparing the typical behaviorals, so this is more geared towards any sort of technical prep I should add in.
A little more background on me... I'm a rising senior at a top-tier, non-to-semi-target school, interned at a top RE manager/developer/investor (Brookfield/Hines/Vornado etc.) this past summer, though I did not get as much financial modeling/Excel/ARGUS experience as I would have liked. Also, I've never interviewed with BX before, and I landed this interview through an alum in the group.
Thank you in advance! It's my first interview for a full-time position so I'm pretty nervous/anxious, would appreciate any and all advice.