If you’ve decided on a career in management consulting and have been doing a good job in school/extracurriculars as well as networking… then you’re probably beginning to look at consulting interviews. They’re definitely different than your typical job interview, and you’ll be wanting to look anywhere you can in order to find the right edge. One of the most overlooked areas for an edge is in the behavioral portion of the interview. It’s amazing that 40% of your interview score
StartFragment Strong analytical and logical skills are a prerequisite for basically every consulting companies, therefore showing strong quantitative skills is a prerequisite to get any consulting job offer. In this article, I’ll go through the 6 most common math errors happening during consulting interviews and I will provide some suggestions on how to avoid them. During my time as a recruiter for McKinsey I’ve been so often surprised in seeing how badly some of the candidat
Some of the questions I receive with high frequency are focused on how to write a resume good enough to successfully land an interview at companies like McKinsey, BCG or Bain. In this post, I'll go through 5 easy tips to enhance your resume and increase the likelihood that it will pass the review process and you’ll be offered a first-round interview. CAVEAT - YOU NEED TO HAVE WHAT IT TAKES! With this post I am going to help you to adjust your resume and maximize your chances
EndFragment During my university years I had the chance to attend a few company presentations held by McKinsey and BCG. I was extremely fascinated by these well-dressed, young professionals able to speak with confidence and assertiveness and project an aura of success. That was the moment when I decided to be a management consultant. I didn’t have any connection in the industry back then nor I knew what consulting was really about. So I had to invest quite a significant amoun
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