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What’s most important is that you become comfortable structuring a problem quickly and developing a framework to identify and prioritize the issues with the highest impact."

Mark
Principal
Chicago

A Personal Story

The best case interview doesn’t feel like an interview at all. Instead, it’s more like a fast-paced conversation between an executive and a trusted advisor about a challenging—and often ambiguous—strategic or operations problem. Because case interviews are a new skill for many people, preparation is critical. Don’t worry about counting the number of practice cases you’ve done—there is no magic number. What’s most important is that you become comfortable structuring a problem quickly and developing a framework to identify and prioritize the issues with the highest impact. Typically there is no single right answer. And, finally, don’t forget to take the time to synthesize your thoughts and develop a compelling, fact-based conclusion.

Background

Mark joined BCG in 2006, after spending four years at an import-management consulting firm and three years at Compaq. He earned a BA in international studies from The College of William and Mary, and he also holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.

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