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Christoph asked on Jan 14, 2018 - 3 answers
Prepping for several interviews in Jan. Open to personal sessions in Munich.

Hi,

next week I'll have to solve an excel-based case in an interview. As I have really little experience in working with excel I was wondering if any of you knew a type of online course or program in which I can get the necessary basic skills in excel for constultants.

Thank a million!

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Training the street has online offering that is really solid (used for the people who report to me): https://www.ttsuniversity.com/Default.aspx

Another good one is ozgrid.com: http://www.ozgrid.com/

Hope it helps,

Andrea

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Hi,

Can't help with online, but the best offline courses are Training the street.

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Hi there

I would recommend actually an investment banking / PE recruitment guide like WallStreetOasis or Breaking Into Wall Street.

What you'd want to look for is any online modules or exercises that guides you through building a model for a business - I am fairly sure Breaking Into Wall Street has one about building an income forecast model.

Jack