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Written excercise

 
#1 Written excercise
06/06/2011 10:15

CoolMark

Good morning - I am soon appearing for a 2nd round interview with a Big 4 consultancy. It involves written exercise, a case study presentation and a final partner interview.

I am quite good at case study presentations, so i am not too worried about that.

But i am really concerned about the written exercise part of my assessment.

Is there a framework/format of writing these reports? I know that there needs to be a top section (describing the current scenario/problem statement), middle section (solution options) and the final section (recommended solution). But what i need to know is what format should be used. Can someone please provide some bullet points on the following lines?

-Executive Summary

-Problem statement

-Solution options

- Recommended solution

Comments and feedback from those who have appeared for such tests with Big 4 will be highly appreciated

Regards,

CoolMark

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#2 RE: Written excercise
06/06/2011 10:16

CoolMark to CoolMark (#1)

Correction - Written exercise

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#3 RE: Written excercise
13/06/2011 14:52

CoolMark to CoolMark (#2)

Anyone ???

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