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First case study interview with Deloitte Operations Consulting, Australia

Hi All,

I have completed my video interview with Deloitte as I am applying from New Zealand. Can someone give me some details regarding the structure of the first case study interview? For example, is it interviewee led and what kind of cases to expect? Any other tips to prepare as well.

Thanks so much!

Hi All,

I have completed my video interview with Deloitte as I am applying from New Zealand. Can someone give me some details regarding the structure of the first case study interview? For example, is it interviewee led and what kind of cases to expect? Any other tips to prepare as well.

Thanks so much!

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Hi dear;

same like I have a case study interview next week via skype; do you have any tips for me.

Thanks

Hi dear;

same like I have a case study interview next week via skype; do you have any tips for me.

Thanks

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