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Case Study: Physicist to Physicist

 
#1 Case Study: Physicist to Physicist
17/09/2006 13:54

Giovanni

Hello to everybody!

I will have soon a case study interview with McKinsey and, as far as I know, I will be interviewed by a somebody with a PhD in Physics like myself, although in a completely different field.

I was wondering, what kind of case study would be reasonable to expect; market sizing, business operations, business strategy,brainteasers...etc etc.

I mean, will the interviewer take into account I have not an MBA-type background, to some extent? I haven't a lot of time and I need any advice from experienced recruiters.

Thanks a lot, in advance.

Giovanni

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#2 RE: Case Study: Physicist to Physicist
17/09/2006 15:35

gaurs to Giovanni (#1)

only opinion would be not probe deep into physics or technical sciences unless you are confiident of handling those questions/aspects, primarily you can expect 3 basic types of cases

Estimation, gameshows, business types or think upon a siyuation that will create pain in the mind of any CEO of the company, hope this answers ur query. good luck.keep me posted abt the results.

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