In The Case Interview Podcast, you will learn what it takes to get offers at top consulting firms (such as McKinsey, BCG and Bain). Every Monday morning, we share the hard-earned wisdom and stories from our experience helping thousands of candidates prepare for their management consulting interviews, so you can avoid the mistakes that 99% of candidates make and be among the top 1% who get multiple offers. We are Bruno and Julio, former McKinsey and Bain consultants, former consulting interview coaches, and creators of the case interview preparation website Crafting Cases (www.craftingcases.com). Hit subscribe and let's get to work towards your MBB offer.
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In this episode, Bruno and Julio bring Nicolas Constantinesco, former McKinsey AP, back to the podcast. more
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Love these two! Beyond grateful for all the incredible content!
Authenticity, depth and actionability, all you need for an efficient and complete case prep! 100% would recommend
These guys are fantastic. Honestly, you’re shooting yourself in the foot if you’re interested in Strategy/Management Consulting and you don’t listen to these guys. They’re so open, insightful and easy to follow, providing some super useful information into the world of case prep and consulting - all for free - as well general advice for anyone who wants to think with a structured approach. Much appreciated Bruno & Julio 👌🏾
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