Distressed HF Internship Interview Preparation (Undergraduate)
I'm an undergraduate student (sophomore) at a target, and I have an upcoming first round interview with a distressed HF (Anchorage/Silver Point/Centerbridge/etc.) for a junior summer internship and a potential full-time role afterward. I've browsed the forums and found the ones about "Credit Hedge Fund" and "Hedge Fund Careers Guide..." to be quite useful.
However, much of the advice in the forums seems to be aimed towards current or exiting IB analysts. I have around 2-3 weeks to prepare, and I'm not sure what I should focus on during this short time to maximize my chances. I didn't think recruiting would start this early...
My question is whether I should focus on preparing myself as I would for any other IB interview or if I should go about this differently. I'm thinking if I should also read Moyer or past articles from the Distressed Debt Investing blog. But again, I'm quite limited in my time so I don't think I'd have time to study everything and, more importantly, understand everything. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you.