Hi, Several sources can help: Take all available case books and go through all the math problems there. Even the ones without a graph can be relevant since the universe of potential math prob... (more)

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Hi there, I do not see any other better solution than practicing more quant heavy cases. Cheers Serhat

Hi, Here is how you can improve your math skills: 1) Fast math - train, train, and train again Learn how to multiply double digit numbers (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ndkkPZYJHo) Le... (more)

Hi Anonymous, in general the best way to improve your math is to first identify your weak points, then work accordingly on them. That’s because “generally” prepare for math won’t optimize your prep... (more)

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Hi guys! Just wondering if anyone has tried the FastMath Ace the Case course, and can give feedba... (more)

Hi, Here is how you can improve your math skills: 1) Fast math - train, train, and train again Learn how to multiply double digit numbers (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ndkkPZYJHo... (more)

Hi, I recommend downloading all possible casebooks you can find. Quickly go through each case but concentrate on solving the math problems that they have. To be honest, the way they solve the case... (more)

In my experience at Bain, BCG and McKinsey no use of calculator during in-person interviews is generally allowed. However the suggestion of writing down the math and calculation is one that I second w... (more)

It is a very relevant skill and would emphasize you ability to gain insights from numbers and to use different methodologies to gain those insights (multivariate analysis, montecarlo simulation, forec... (more)

Hi Moji, it seems your issue is not the math computation, but rather how to structure the math part once you receive a question (that is, the logic behind that you should apply). This means you sho... (more)