It might sound like a cliché but you should expect a lot of diversity from your days at Accenture. Some days are standard, when I come at the Accenture office around 9 AM, but on other days I might have to wake up at 5 AM in order to catch the flight to a client's location or wake up a 6 AM in order to add the final touches to the presentation for the morning meeting.
During the day I am be engaged in a lot of different activities. I have telephone conferences with the client to talk about the alignment or status of our activities, meeting with my colleagues from Romania and other countries in order to brainstorm on our project's stream strategy or work together on some documents or presentations. Sometimes I just work alone the entire day preparing project the materials that will be delivered to the client such as: user acceptance test (test performed by the final users of a certain system in order to check compliance with the specification) documents or status reporting presentations.
At other times I take time for administrative tasks such as updating project budget, verifying contracts from business point of view or just updating an excel with team's holidays and check that all the work for the different streams will be covered during break.
When preparing your CV, less is more. Some say that a CV longer than 1 page concisely your previous experience, studies and extracurricular activities. Also, you should avoid using colored background, unprofessional pictures or funny email address.
Come to the interview on time and prepared. Searching on the internet information about the company, the business area or the characteristics of your future job only takes few minutes and it can give you a great advantage over the other candidates. Also know your strengths and weakness (and the ways you found to oversee them) and be ready to provide details about a job you maybe had a few years ago.
Dress appropriately (smart casual does not actually means smart casual when we talk about your image in front of your future employer), talk respectfully about your previous employers and try to be confident rather than arrogant.
If are participating to an assessment center, remember that people will assess your ability to work on a team. It is good to win a debate but not with the cost of crushing your peer. Be friendly and enthusiastic, respect other people opinions, bring arguments and be persuasive rather then aggressive. And don't forget to enjoy your time, you are joining a great company!