Corporate Strategic Finance to Management Consulting?
I'm a rising senior in a STEM (non-business) field at a school with a target business school, and I have an offer in corporate strategic finance at a F100. I don't think I'm a strong enough applicant to get an offer at a renowned management consulting firm right out of college thanks to a lowish GPA, but I was wondering if it's possible to exit to an entry-level analyst (business analyst/associate consultant) role at an MBB or T2 management consulting firm after doing a 2-year stint as an analyst at my F100. I noticed that some of these roles will consider people with 1-3 years of work experience, and I'm wondering if I'd be a good fit/if my F100 strategic finance experience would position me well for these roles.
Any insights, particularly from those who made the transition from the corporate world to consulting, would be much appreciated!