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Recent casebooks 2022/2023

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New answer on May 29, 2024
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Anonymous A asked on Dec 11, 2023

Hi all,
I am looking for recent INSEAD casebooks 2023 / 2022.
Or any other recent casebook heavy on ‘BCG style cases’
Thanks !

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updated an answer on Dec 12, 2023
#1 BCG coach | MBB | Tier 2 | Digital, Tech, Platinion | 100% personal success rate (8/8) | 95% candidate success rate

Hi there,

Oh boy, I have more than I can count! (dozens upon dozens). Feel free to reach out!

But, remember, good case prep is not just reading/working through a bunch of casebooks. It's about all of the other prep + live cases with peers.

Additionally, what matters most is your caser. Most cases are somewhat unrealistic and no case perfectly matches what will happen in the interview.

Makes sure you get wide exposure to all types of cases (both standard and nonstandard ones) and all types of interviewers.

Now, that said, these are the casebooks that I particularly like:

  1. Columbia
    1. Cases by Firm
    2. Cases ranked by difficulty of Math, Structure, AND Creativity
  2. Stern
    1. Cases by interviewer vs interviewee-led
    2. Ranked by difficulty
  3. Haas
    1. Cases by interviewer vs interviewee-led
    2. Ranked by difficulty
  4. Darden
    1. Cases by Firm
    2. Cases ranked by difficulty across quantitative, qualitative, and overall

Now, remember, much more important than just reading a "hard" McKinsey case or having a friend case you in it, is actually how you're cased. I can make the easiest case be your worst nightmare (as can any other coach). Make sure that, if you're really trying to get pushed hard and get prepared for the toughest cases, you're looking at hiring a is truly key here!


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replied on Dec 11, 2023
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Reach out over DMs. Happy to share. 

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replied on Dec 16, 2023
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Don't bother looking for them.
Doing cases from case books on your own is a bad preparation strategy. It lacks the essential component: quality feedback.

To progress quickly, I suggest you take this approach (in the following order):

1. Getting coaching when you are a complete beginner to learn the basics;

2. After you've learned the basics, practice cases with peers to polish your case solving process and acquire understanding of a wide range of industries and problem types;

3. Before the interview, ask a few acting consultants to give you cases in a mock-interview format to assess your readiness.

Kind regards,

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replied on May 29, 2024
#1 Bain coach | >95% success rate | interviewer for 8+ years | mentor and coach for 7+ years

Hi there,

I would be happy to share my thoughts on your question:

  • First of all, there is no need to work with case books from the last years, as long as you work with great case books. For instance, the case book from Yale Graduate Consulting Club is from 2013 and still one of the best existing case books. Other notable case books you might have a look at are from Columbia, Darden, Fuqua, Kellogg, LBS, McCombs, Michigan, Ross, and Sloan.
  • Moreover, keep in mind that practicing case studies with your peers or even with an experienced coach will result in a much higher learning outcome than working through case studies on your own.

If you would like a more detailed discussion on how to best prepare for your upcoming interviews, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.



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