EB post-MBA recruiting w/o pre-MBA experience
I'm under the impression from reading various threads on this site that if you're qualified enough to be at a top MBA program and have a reasonable level of aptitude, then you can expect to land at least one BB associate offer. Assuming you're the type of person that falls into this category, is it much harder to land an EB offer all things being equal?
For context, I was engineering undergrad and am going crazy rotting away in B4 technology consulting. I'm matriculating to NYU Stern and am very interested in the EB model. To me it would make sense that EB's would put more emphasis on pre-MBA experience than BB's, but I'm hoping I'm wrong about that. Looks like Stern placed candidates at tons of EB's but wondering whether that is typically saved for those with pre-MBA banking or finance experience.