How To Be MECE

How to be MECE (Mutually Exclusive and Collectively Exhaustive). This is definitely something that every new – and aspiring – consultant needs to learn as soon as possible. You must be MECE in your case interview approach, and on the … Continue Reading

3 Best No Foreign Transaction Fee Credit Cards

We’ve all been there at one point or another. You’re traveling abroad and haven’t planned to use a credit card or forgot to bring the right one. But then, emergency strikes, and cash is no longer an option. You pull … Continue Reading

The 3 Best Dining Rewards Credit Cards

Whether you’re a takeout or dine-in kind of person, restaurant purchases probably make up a large portion of your monthly spend. In fact, the average U.S. family spends $250/month on dining out. If you don’t have a credit card that … Continue Reading

Fast Math: Quant Skills

Fast math. Whether you majored in Economics, English, or History, you will be expected to be comfortable with math during your consulting case interviews. To be more specific, you’ll need to be good at fast math. If math isn’t your … Continue Reading

Porter’s Five Forces

Porter’s Five Forces is one of the most well known business frameworks in the world. Named after its founder, Michael Porter, Five Forces provides a structured way of analyzing an industry and understanding how companies fit into the overall competitive … Continue Reading

McKinsey Case Interview: 4 Things You Never Knew

The McKinsey consulting case interview – there are so many things to become familiar with in McKinsey consulting interview prep. Of course, there are the basics that you have to learn. But additionally, there are things that most people don’t … Continue Reading

Case Interview

Case Interview Prep Guide. Ask any consultant, and they’ll have their own take and probably a few tips. “Be More Structured” – that’s the most famous tip. “Lots of case interview practice.” There’s another zinger. “Be good at mental math.” … Continue Reading