I would recommend you prepare more generally for different assessment types.
I interview and assess graduates/apprentices/placements for a big pharmaceutical employer. We know assessment days are discussed in forums so we change our assessments frequently.
Make a solid effort to align with the company ethos and values, identify the broader business aims (like sustainability), and familiarise yourself with corporate social responsibility. Make sure you understand the interpersonal skills developed from your experience and that you’re able to evidence how the role is the next natural step in your career/education. Above all, make sure it’s what you really want to do, we expect to be interviewed by yourselves on the suitability of the role too.
A note. I’ll have completely forgot about academic merit by the time it gets to interviewing, all that has already been reviewed and accepted as sufficient. Any questions on this at interview stage is purely to gauge personal experience and transferable skills. It’s a personal assessment. I’m asking myself how well do you work in a team? What leadership qualities do you demonstrate? Are you a good fit for our company culture? Are you likely to enjoy and complete your placement?