Depends on the local office. From a day to a month
Pretty high (80-90%)
I can give you a clear answer for MBB firms. The location of your office has ZERO impact on your staffing! The entire German system is treated as ONE office (with multiple locations,... (more)
Where do you want to work? I have never heard of Marakon, but most everyone knows and respects RB. Case closed as far as I am concerned.
Yes, yes, people and type of work also matter of course. I... (more)
I think you've already answered your own question. It is not common, however, might happen, since you have a different background. Don't see anything bad about it. It's better to get some exper... (more)
One of the most important feedbacks I give to the candidate - don't ask multiple unrelated questions at once. The interviewer will not remember all of your questions and you will have a wrong i... (more)
Except in rare instances (experienced hire with very rare and highly demanded specialization), the comp will be a given and take it or leave it. You will not discuss it in the interview, and probably... (more)
From a pure strat perspective, I'd go with RB. Huge caveat however, they are both Tier 2 and with significant geographical differences. Ultimately, I doubt it'd matter much so chose based on local str... (more)
There is a synergy case if PEF acquires a company?
Not sure if I understand your question correctly.
For commercial DD you can use the following structure:
Distribution channel... (more)
"the detailed coordination of a complex operation involving many people, facilities, or supplies."
Basically, everything dealing with moving stuff around. You have forward logistics, going from... (more)
If it wasn't "possible" to blow it, they'd have extended you the offer in the previous round. Yes, you have done the hardest by now, but it is not over and this last interview is as important as the o... (more)
I'd send out a friendly reminder to the recruiting team. My take is that as long as you are being polite and respectful, a reminder can never hurt you.
Tests - you can do McKinsey PST with 22/26 result / have 710+ at GMAT
Cases - do the cases with at least a couple of employees / coaches and get positive feedbacks
Make sure you know how... (more)
I view RB as clear #4 in Europe: Not MBB, but above the rest. Picture not as clear in the US due to their small presence there - but at least the former consultants know not to compare it to some obsc... (more)
I would consider Strategy& and Monitor Deloitte. There are also several other international companies you may add to the list like ADL, Parthenon-EY and Simon-Kucher, although the... (more)
Here I've uploaded some written case samples (PM me for a password):
The best way to prepare is the following:... (more)
Of these, Roland Berger is the most prestigious and the one where you are most likely to do MBB type work. I'd put ZS second since you profess a desire to do actual consulting.
In my experience, th... (more)
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There is one standardized interview process in Germany no matter what competence center or office you prefer.
Nevertheless, you never know what case yo... (more)
thank you for your question.
It's a "GMAT-style" reasoning test with multiple choice answers and you are not allowed to use a calculator. The test is divided into three sections: verbal,... (more)
I recommend using the following sources to train math and critical reasoning:
Fast math skills
Rounding up and down
Learn how to multiply double digit numbers (https://www.youtube.co... (more)
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