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Does anyone know if there's anyway I can get my hands on the Kellogg or Wharton consulting case guide books? I heard those are the best.

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Not sure about those, but I've had good success with the Case in Point book/website combination by Marc Cosentino...

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case in point would also be my recommendation

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case in point would also be my recommendation
also look at the Crack the Case
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case in point is good but it doesn't have good cases to practice with for friends. get that book first, then How To Get Into the Top Consulting firms by T. Darling, then look around for Wharton/Tuck case books to prepare

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Thanks!

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antapple wrote:
case in point would also be my recommendation
also look at the Crack the Case


Yup, I felt that Crack the Case was a much better book. The system for structuring problems is great!

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