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McKinsey Final Round Interview Practice

HI all,

I have my final round McKinsey interview next week and am looking to practice interviewer led style cases if anyone is interested! Experienced case partners only please! Send me a message or meeting proposal if interested. I am in Australia with time zone GMT +10

Regards

HI all,

I have my final round McKinsey interview next week and am looking to practice interviewer led style cases if anyone is interested! Experienced case partners only please! Send me a message or meeting proposal if interested. I am in Australia with time zone GMT +10

Regards

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Hi, same here, I am available anytime this week, just send me an inbox with you desired hours !

Hi, same here, I am available anytime this week, just send me an inbox with you desired hours !

Hey Aaron,

I'm preparing for my interview with McKinsey for March 25th. I am putting all my time into it. I'd be interested in going through cases with you. Just PMed you!

Dennis

Hey Aaron,

I'm preparing for my interview with McKinsey for March 25th. I am putting all my time into it. I'd be interested in going through cases with you. Just PMed you!

Dennis

Hey Phil,

I am happy to solve a case study with you. I think my case solving skills are pretty advanced. I made it to the final rounds at McKinsey and BCG and want to practice as well ahead of my final rounds.

I am available on the weekends (during weekdays I work at EY in London).

Alex

Hey Phil,

I am happy to solve a case study with you. I think my case solving skills are pretty advanced. I made it to the final rounds at McKinsey and BCG and want to practice as well ahead of my final rounds.

I am available on the weekends (during weekdays I work at EY in London).

Alex

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