BCG Potential Test #1

  • BCG Potential Test with 23 questions
  • Created by ex-BCG consultant Francesco
  • Format and style for a real test experience
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As one of the largest and most prestigious consultancies worldwide, the Boston Consulting Group uses the BCG Potential Test as a tough first hurdle during their selection process. Many candidates already get eliminated at this stage, but by providing you with the best test practice material coach Francesco wants to make sure that you are not one of them! His practice BCG Potential Tests will give you the real test experience and avoid any surprises on the actual test day. The test covers all challenging question types that can await you during the test. The format of the test is 23 questions in 45 minutes, thus it doesn't resemble the chat bot version present in some offices; however, many candidates found it useful to train for the math part of that test, as well. In order to increase your chances of success, all you need to do is set the timer and get started with an intense prep session – the clock is ticking!

If you have any questions on the test, you can contact the author Francesco.

Includes

Case Briefing

Page 4

Get a short overview of the case and what the client is expecting from you.

23 multiple-choice questions

Page 5-28

Former BCG consultant and top PrepLounge coach Francesco made sure that the question types have the optimal difficulty.

Answer key

Page 29

In the answer key, you can note your answers and calculate your final points.

Detailed answers and explanations

Page 30-39

Use the detailed explanations in the attached answer key to understand your mistakes and learn for the next practice round.

About the Author

Francesco
Content Creator
#1 Expert for Coaching Sessions (3.600+) | 1.300+ Reviews with 100% Recommendation Rate | Ex BCG | 8+ Years of Coaching

Francesco is an interview coach, former BCG consultant and tech entrepreneur. He is the #1 coach on PrepLounge.com for meetings done, where he completed more than 3.000 expert sessions.

As a coach for consulting interviews, Francesco helped hundreds of candidates to land offers from McKinsey, BCG and Bain. Since 2016, he organizes consulting bootcamps in some of the leading universities in Europe.

As a consultant, Francesco joined BCG in the Milan office, where he worked on projects in the energy, industrial goods and consumer goods sectors. After BCG, he worked in venture capital in Germany as an angel fund associate.

As an entrepreneur, Francesco founded two companies in Europe and Asia in the entertainment and EdTech sectors. He is currently leading a Singapore-based company and supporting startups as a strategic advisor.

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How close is this practice test to the actual BCG Potential Test?

This practice test was developed by an experienced ex-BCG consultant and has the same structure, format and design as the actual BCG Potential Test. The difficulty level is just right to prepare you for the actual test and avoid surprises on the day of the test.

Why do I need to practice the BCG Potential Test?

Time pressure is the most difficult part of any screening test which is why practicing and improving your speed is key. You should go through as many practice tests as possible. Besides this practice test, you can use the free material provided by BCG as well as our other practice tests for an optimal test preparation.

How can I make the most out of this practice BCG Potential Test?

Using this test gives you the possibility to get the real test experience. However, there are some things you should do: Since the BCG Potential Test takes place online, it is best that you do not print the pages but go through the test on screen only using scratch paper. Limit your time to 45 minutes and check how far you make it. After that, have a look at the solutions, revise and retry the test. Find more practice material focusing on your weak points in order to reach perfection.

I applied for BCG. Will I have to do the BCG Potential Test?

Depending on your location, your experience, the position and office you are applying to, you will or will not have to pass a BCG Potential Test. In order to make sure, please check with your HR contact person whether the test is used or if any other test is part of your application process.

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January 09, 2021 by Anonymous

While this guide is targeted towards the BCG Potential Test, I nonetheless found it very useful in terms of practicing for the BCG Online Case Experience test. The trickiest part of the Online Case was the math, and going through the questions in this guide will mentally prepare you for it. Definitely consider purchasing this guide even if you're not being tested via the PST!

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June 22, 2020 by Samay

This practice BCG Potential Test was really helpful with my preparation and I highly recommend it. It was very realistic, helping me to get used to the format and difficulty of the actual test. This mock test from Francesco provides a full set of instructions and a scoring system for you to mark and score yourself. Finally, detailed and logical workings are provided to ensure you understand how to get the correct solution.

2 users found this review helpful.
September 26, 2020 by Anonymous

This guide is well-prepared and would definitely allow someone to get familiar with the different aspects of the BCG online test in terms of format, difficulties, types of skills needed to succeed in the test. Would definitely recommend to anyone that will have this test coming up for them.

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April 04, 2020 by Anonymous

The material is very well done and could be useful if you want to understand better how the actual test is, if want to learn how to build the logical to answer the questions or just to pratice. My only caveat is that the test structure can be different depending on the country of application, making this test not so useful if is the case. So it would be interesting to find out how your country was doing the test in previous years and see if check with the PrepLounge model.

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Francesco
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replied on April 05, 2020
24/05/21 EDIT: Happy to say I published now a guide also on the Onlne Case ;) You can find it here: www.case.tools/BCGcase

Hi there, thanks for your feedback! Indeed not all the offices are using now the Potential Test. Some have started to use a different version with a chatbot. The format of this test is 23 questions in 45 minutes, thus it doesn't resemble the chatbot version. On the other hand, many candidates found it useful to train for the math part of the chatbot as well. For any additional feedback please feel free to PM me, I would be happy to help.
August 28, 2021 by Anonymous
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