Steep learning curve, responsibility (that represented what I could expect as a full-time employee), flat hierarchy, PTO (a program that helps with team dynamics and work-life balance), the people, summer events for interns (opportunities to network, etc.)
Somewhat long hours (but not outrageous by any means, and a 9-5 job is obviously unrealistic)
Advice to Potential Interns
When considering top management consulting firms, I think cultural fit is probably the most important consideration. To a large extent, the work you'd be doing at MBB is pretty much the same, but there are definitely different cultural "vibes" associated with each institution. Since you'll be working very closely with your team, it's important to make sure that you feel the "fit" is good between yourself and the people at the firm.
Sample Interview Questions
Focus on practicing for case interviews. It's well-known that BCG likes to use charts/graphs in their interviews, so that's always good to practice as well.