BCG & Bain Case Interview Training Programme
This course walks you through the 6 steps you need to follow to get an offer at BCG, Bain and other companies using candidate-led cases. Plus you can get 1-on-1 interview practice with ex-MBB interviewers.
What you’ll learn
Stop sifting through infinite case interview resources online. Simply follow our step-by-step case interview course.
The cornerstone of the programme is the IGotAnOffer Method which teaches you a step-by-step method to consistently crack each of these 7 types of questions. This method is extremely intuitive and easy to apply.
Watching a best-in-class candidate will help you master the IGotAnOffer method and learn the small details that make a difference between candidates who get an offer at top firms like BCG and Bain and those who don't. At each key moment in the live case, we explain with extreme clarity WHY the answer provided by the candidate is great and how you can replicate their example.
ALL the cases and questions in this programme are from actual past interviews at BCG and Bain. You will therefore be training with questions that are exactly similar to those you will get in your interviews.
What content you’ll get access to
Access all the content you need in one place. Start with a preparation plan tailored to your situation. Learn how to crack cases and practice with real examples.
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This is because the core skills tested in consulting interviews (i.e. problem solving, leadership, etc.) are the same for graduates and experienced hires. The main difference is that the more experience you have, the higher the "bar" will be in your interviews.