Most schools do ask similar questions. Here are just two examples from NYU and LBS. Your best bet is to look at the questions from each school and group schools based on that. Also given that you are in consulting, you should have received written feedback on various engagements. You could synthesize the feedback from different projects and provide it to your recommenders as material they can use in the recommendation. This should make it easy for them to provide examples.
1. How long have you known the applicant and in what capacity?
2. What do you consider the applicant’s strengths?
3. In which areas could the applicant exhibit growth or improvement?
4. How would you describe the applicant’s interpersonal skills?
• How long have you known the applicant and in what connection?
• What do you consider to be the applicant’s major talents and strengths?
• What do you consider to be the applicant’s major weaknesses or areas for improvement?
• In what developmental areas has the applicant changed most over time?
• What will this individual be doing in 10 years? Why?
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