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5.0 out of 5 starsSupper book.
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019
This is by a wide margin the best case talk with prep book that I've perused, and I've perused all the "famous" ones. The book will be particularly useful on the off chance that you are planning for a questioner driven style case. The counsel contained in this book was noteworthy and altogether improved my capacity to fathom testing cases. Not at all like different books out there, Brad likewise covers a ton of the pre-meet delicate stuff, for example, casual discussion and what to wear. In the event that I could give it six stars, I would. It truly is that great, and worth each penny. You will love purchasing and understanding it.
The content is alright. Mostly typical advice for common interview questions. The book is super short and cheap - like a pamphlet. I'm shocked that it is priced at $~13, it should really be like $5.
If you're preparing for case interviews, I'd invest in 'Hacking the Case Interview', 'The Ultimate Case Interview Workbook', or the classics (Case Interview Secrets, Case In Point). All of those are much better to start with.
If you have extra cash on hand and want more material, then I'd get this I guess. Doesn't add much more value though!