Finally, if after watching the videos and studying the free case interview guide you feel like you need more support, you can also check our case interview training programme.
Authors The book is being written by our team at IGot An Offer with the support and input from ex-interviewers from Mc Kinsey, BCG, and Bain who work with us (more about them here).
)When it comes to general books about consulting, the following books are useful to get a general idea about consulting firms and how they work: "The Firm" by Duff Mc Donald, "Managing the Professional Service Firm" by David Maister and "The Mc Kinsey Way" by Ethan Rasiel.
A LOT of books offer guidance on how to navigate the case interview process.
Its main strength is that it gives good insights on how interviewers think, what criteria they use to assess candidates, etc.
The information on the difference between Mc Kinsey’s interviewer-led cases and BCG / Bain’s candidate led-cases is also helpful.
This is one of the reasons we developed our case interview guide.
Second, as we will explain further in our review of Cosentino's book below, we strongly disagree with Cheng's advice to always re-use the same two frameworks.
Interviewers will notice and penalise you if you do this.
And third, the book does not include practice cases which would have been helpful to apply the concepts laid out.