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In some interviews, cases are given with data and an applicant is required to sift through the data... (ganze Frage lesen)

Hi, In the real case interviews, you don't necessarily finish the case. In fact, you can easily pass the interview without finishing any case. One thing that is important is the ability to provide... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, It's easier to: Segment New York into blocks using the number of streets and avenues. Calculate separately the area of the parks Assume a certain number of trees per block and separat... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, I was involved in a couple of Change Management projects in Accenture Strategy "Talent & Organization" practice, therefore I can give me my point of view. HR due dilligence would probabl... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, Any of these tools are good: Preplounge Mental Math, V. Cheng, Mimir Math. It's more about the skills. I recommend to concentrate on the following: 1) Learn how to multiply double digit numbers... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi! These are typical questions you HAVE to ask the interviewer! You cannot just assume something or, even worse, apply "real world knowledge". What is tested in these interviews is your ability to th... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, The general framework for pricing is: Cost base - Value based - Competitor based - pricing strategy 1. Cost based - you actually check what are the costs and apply standard industry / target... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, Here are my answers: 1. If you ask, they say :) Meaning that typically they have a few data that are going to give you right at the start. But they also have other data that they'll show you... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi! Here are my 5 tips: 1) Practice mental calculation daily (percentages, decimal places, large numbers, arithmetic) – even though it's not the most important part of the interview and it's all... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, Both of your approaches are correct since you can calculate the things from the supply and demand sides. For example for the hospitals, you can calculate the number of hospitals per certain are... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, I will probably give you the best prep advice you can get in your situation. If it is not an internship with a dedicated interview period, please reschedule the interview. You can't imagine how... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, Case in point is an ok way to start with case preparation. You will gain familiarity with the whole process and read about some of the standard frameworks. I would recommend to skim it in 1-2 h... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, profitability/market entry/estimation/M&A case - you've mentioned 90% of the cases. What's left?:) Yes, you can get pretty classic cases - this happens a lot. However, make sure you don'... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, Given that you are new to the preparation, I would like you to understand that Case Cracking exercise is introduced in consulting recruitement because in many ways it simulates the consultant's... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi Mirko, the selection process for Master students in Milan is indeed based on SHL + interviews, the latter covering both behavioral and case interviews. The SHL has replaced the PST in Italy some... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi, There are 2 ways to structure market sizing: Formula - basically a math formula to come up with a solution. The problem with the formula is that it is easy to forget something or get lost... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi Anonymous, this question is in the same league as “How much would you sell the Golden Gate Bridge for” or “How much would you pay for an elephant”. The structure should be the same used to evalu... (ganze Antwort lesen)

Hi Anonymous, I believe the feedback you are receiving is a bit misleading, as “overprepared” seems to refer to the fact you practiced too much - I don’t see why doing a relevant amount of cases sh... (ganze Antwort lesen)