I just graduated from an Ivy-League university with a graduate degree in engineering (No prior finance experience besides some financial modeling in class projects). And I just got an interview call for an associate in the investment banking division at one of the bulge bracket firms. (This is my first ib interview)
Honestly, I am surprised that I even was considered. Even though I am fairly clear on the basic finance technical know-how (Valuation, Ratio Analysis), I wanted to pick your brains about what I could do to not completely embarrass myself during the interview. Any advice on what I should be prepared to answer would be immensely helpful. (I am freaking out a little as I am scheduled to meet with only the higher ups of the firm, directors and VPs)
I am looking at some of the older posts as well to help me out in this. Thanks for your time.