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I checked out both - WSO's new version is more comprehensive that the older version, but M&I is just nuts. M&I has a lot more questions and covers a pretty wide spectrum of materials. So my question is - is WSO not sufficient or is M&I going overboard?

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  • FPM31's picture

    I would use just WSO if you are studying something other than finance; if you have been studying finance in undergrad, however, I think the bar for technicals is a bit higher, and it might be worth your while to study up on the more comprehensive M&I.

  • lasampdoria's picture

    WSO Guides are top notch. You most likely won't need anything else.

    No such thing as overdoing it. Buy the WSO guides first, if you still don't feel strong, do M&I

    "Those who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."- Benjamin Franklin

  • Plato's picture

    I've used the M&I interview guide and found it to be very comprehensive, although there were still questions I've gotten in interviews that weren't on there. I haven't seen the WSO version.

    Has anyone used the WSO networking guide? I've been thinking of getting it while it's one sale.