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I have been following your YouTube channel since day 1 and I thank you for making such a great resource and being such an inspiration for us all.
I am having an interview with Deloitte this week. Been following case interview prep for a while now, I can get myself through the basic just fine. I am just wondering what are things I must notice specifically for this Deloitte interview? Is there any worth-noting facts about Deloitte cases that make them different from typical ones from MBB?
I am glad you found our videos helpful. We always strive to get better and to bring original case interview perspectives in the most intuitive and easy-to-follow way possible.
Regarding your question about the Deloitte case interview, I wrote a detailed note of my view on categorizing cases based on firms in this BCG case interview article. My short answer here would be the same: don’t worry too much about how Deloitte case interviews differ from other typical MBB cases.
Most of the fundamental and critical criteria in case evaluations are universal across consulting firms. Thinking too much about Deloitte vs McKinsey vs BCG, etc. cases just distracts you from your valuable prep time.
My philosophy is this: if you really deserve to ace one firm’s case interview, you should also be able to pass all firms’ cases. Otherwise, any single ace is just pure luck!
Now with that said, it does not hurt to come into your Deloitte case knowing the following:
- Deloitte’s company structure and products & services in this original 2005 Deloitte Cracking the Case
- The acquisition of Monitor and relating events
- Basic knowledge about variations in case interview formats: written case interview & group case interview
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