It’s time to prepare for your consulting firm interview! Reviewing case questions over and over again, practicing with friends, trying to memorize different case structures and case scenarios.
A great way for learning retention and practice is by using your ‘downtime’ to review case scenarios. Which is what makes case preparation podcasts so appealing. Whether you’re looking to review case questions in a podcast or different case question structures, podcasts have the benefit of leveraging your on-the-go time. But here we’ve got something better for you.
You’ve found the ultimate guide for preparing for your case interview. No, this isn’t a podcast for case prep, in fact it’s better than a case prep podcast.
Welcome to the Case in Point Audio Course! This audio course of Case in Point, by Marc Cosentino, takes everything you’re looking for in a case question podcast and one ups it. This audio course of Case in Point was built based on the Case in Point book, which is a best selling book for preparing for case interview, but it was built specifically for the audio learner, the busy learner, the on the go learner – the one who wants to learn on their commute to work or from class, while they’re at the gym or walking the dog. It’s built specifically so that you can master your interview case questions, retain information and know how to answer the toughest question you’ll get in your case, all through audio learning. Definitely better than a case prep podcast!
So what’s the Case in Point Audio course all about?
In his book, Case in Point, Cosentino demystifies the consulting case interview. He takes you inside a typical interview by exploring the various types of case questions and he shares with you the acclaimed Ivy Case System which will give you the confidence to answer even the most sophisticated cases.
This audio course was built based on the Case in Point book, but for learning on-the-go using audio. In this case interview prep course, we will discuss various case studies and strategies to pass them with flying colors so that you can get recruited by McKinsey, BCG, Bain, Deloitte, and more – ace interviews at top consulting firms!
When you’re building something for audio learning you have to make sure you tick both boxes, and do it right. In an audiobook, you might receive a lot of repetition, but because the author never meant for you to listen to the course, you’ll have low meaning, making the repetition be less worthwhile. As we covered in our article on “Are audiobooks good for learning?”
Podcasts in their regular form fall short for quality learning. The content doesn’t fit the format and this leads to lacking repetition and meaning. Which is unfortunate, since there are so many great podcasts out there, but that’s the key — they’re podcasts. Not audio lessons.
The Case in Point audio course alleviates these drawbacks. Each lesson is built with the audio learner in mind. The examples and stories are fun and engaging and the key points are repeated so that the learning really sticks. Importantly, each lesson comes with a summary, flash cards, additional resources and charts as well as a lesson transcript so that you can review anything and everything in your own time. So while you might be looking for a Case in Point audiobook, you’ve actually found something much better.”