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I am about to sit a written case interview, haven't done one before. The case will be on comparing two site options for an event. Any tips on things I should consider in writing the executive summary?

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Hi Lorraine,

As with all cases you ever do, the most important thing to remember is structure. I would set context in a few sentences then dive into the challenge. Finishing off with a recommendation or summary.

Consultants also love bullets - it simplifies issues and the simpler you make the problem, the better your answer is.

Goodluck

Hi Lorraine,

As with all cases you ever do, the most important thing to remember is structure. I would set context in a few sentences then dive into the challenge. Finishing off with a recommendation or summary.

Consultants also love bullets - it simplifies issues and the simpler you make the problem, the better your answer is.

Goodluck