Best reviewed Case Interview Prep Material?

So I'll be applying for an MBB internship next cycle (Undergrad, LatAm)

I was wondering which Case Prep materials were considered among the best. I already got Victor Cheng's LOMS and Case Interview Secrets, and was looking for another program to complement them.

Rocketbook's drills also seem pretty great (And relatively cheap).
I don't want to throw money at my screen and pretend that's somehow gonna make me more prepared. There's no way I manage to fully use any particular program's features if I end up with 4+, instead of really dedicating myself to 1-2.

I was looking into MConsultingPrep's material, as well as WSO's package (Which seems pretty complete). While Victor's material is highly regarded, I've been unable to find many reviews regarding either WSO or MCP.

What is everyone's thoughts on these specific programs? I've narrowed it down to WSO and MCP, but would like to know if anyone here has had experience with either.

Cheers.

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Jun 7, 2021 - 4:32pm

Much better. I tried Victor Cheng's videos and they didn't click with me personally. Hacking the Case Interview is short, sweet, and gives you a flexible framework so you can avoid being formulaic and / or memorizing 18 different frameworks.

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Jun 18, 2020 - 12:24am

No package will help you more than running cases with another person. Case in Point and Case Interview Secrets is more than enough reading material. Also, don't buy cases that are locked behind a paywall when there are numerous case books that you can get online in 10 seconds (HBS, Kellogg, Wharton, Darden, etc.) -- My favorites are Darden 2019, Wharton 2010, and Kellogg 2011.

Jun 18, 2020 - 12:41am

Thanks for the Case Book recommendations, I'm actually in the process of vetting which ones to use myself, so your recommendations are just in time :).

The consulting community just ain't huge in my school, sadly. Sure 100+ people go to MBB OCR events, but the reality is that most have no idea what they are getting themselves into and just recognize the brand name from research and case studies. I've been thinking about using PrepLounge to have that human interaction as well.

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