to start with my case prep I have started with some books outlining frameworks with explicit cases in the end.
I have tried to solve those cases on my own first and then compare my approach to the case solution provided by the writers of the cases. I was fairly stunned in what detail they expect you to go when solving such cases.
I have showed my solution to some friends who have done consulting internships already and they said they were actualy quite good.
I am a bit intrigued now, because the cases and respective solutions are drafted by real consultants, and I just feel that for some cases I would never have had the idea to approach it in the way they did.
Do you have any advice on that?