I've recently been invited to take a modeling test at a fund. They invest in towers and telecom infrastructure companies. I've heard that they've actually been having trouble finding people that can pass the modeling test, and so I'm thinking this test must be really challenging. It's three hours long. Any idea what could make this test so challenging? I figured these are usually just about putting antogether based off 's, but really don't know then what could make this so difficult. Any ideas?
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