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Jun 16, 2012

I thought Cosentino's Case in Point was very thorough - with more than 25 full-length case examples:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005F9R8F6/ref=pd...

Jun 16, 2012

I was personally a fan of Wharton, HBS, Tuck, and Columbia casebooks. All easily available with a little searching online.

Jun 16, 2012

Check out Victor Cheng's "Case Interview Secrets." You've probably heard of him - from personal experience, his website, advice, and practice materials were extremely helpful. The book is great, the biggest problem I had with Case In Point were the dozens and dozens of frameworks. Case Interview Secrets breaks it down into three different frameworks and tells you exactly how to crack a case from start to finish.

I only had two weeks before my interview with ATK. Make sure to put in a lot of time in practicing case interviews. Nothing beats live practice. Check out Prep Lounge too if you can. The site will hook you up with other kids prepping for case interviews and you could practice via video call for free. Best of luck!

Jun 16, 2012
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