Victor Cheng

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Victor Cheng

Victor Cheng is the founder of CaseInterview.com the most prominent blog on the management consulting industry, where he has taught and mentored 9 out of 10 new hires at McKinsey, Bain and Boston Consulting Group.

He’s a graduate of Stanford University with a degree in quantitative economics, Victor landed job offers at McKinsey, Bain, Monitor (since acquired by Deloitte), LEK, AT Kearney, and Oliver Wyman. Out of 400 Stanford University applicants to McKinsey, he was one of 6 candidates who received an offer from McKinsey.

At McKinsey, Victor was ranked in the top 10% of consultants worldwide in his start class and served as a resume screener and case interviewer for the firm.

When not mentoring aspiring consultants from 100+ countries around the world, he serves as a strategic advisor to Inc. 500 CEOs. He has been featured as an business expert by the Fox Business TV NetworkMSNBCTIMEThe Wall Street JournalThe Harvard Business Review, Fortune Small Business, SmartMoney, He's also the author of Extreme Revenue Growth and The Recession-Proof-Business.

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I am writing to you to thank you for the material and the newsletter that you provide online for case interview prep. It was instrumental in helping me get an offer from BCG India and also get to the final round at Mckinsey India (apart from offers from another boutique Indian consulting firm and a few good Indian corporates). Victor I would once again like to thank you for your assistance and resources. This would not have been possible without them. I am very very grateful.

I would like to congratulate you on putting together a fantastic resource set for all of us to prepare for consulting interviews.
Your PARADE method works great, and I encourage everyone to follow it and prepare their responses to these questions. Thanks again for the amazing resources that you have created for us all!

I am very glad to tell you that yesterday I was confirmed an offer for the BCG office in Buenos Aires, Argentina! I wanted to thank you for your invaluable help along these months in helping me prepare for all the phases of the recruiting process. All of your videos, audios and emails proved very useful in helping me understand (at least part of) what an interviewer is looking for in a candidate. Sincerely, thank you for all the effort put in developing these materials and thank you for sharing them so selflessly to everyone. Once again, thank you for everything. It has been a privilege to prepare with a professional of your calibre!

Your toolkits are great! Personally, the best part of it is your way of communicating and putting everything into perspective for me. Together with your many other talents, it's no wonder why you're so good at what you're doing.

I just wanted to say thank you for all the course material, advice, youtube videos ...... I got a McKinsey offer for Junior Associate Role! Your emails and website assisted me a lot with preparation specifically the McKinsey style cases that you offered. I have to advise anyone who is keen on McKinsey to get these because they really helped. To be honest I found them tougher than the actual interview but they greatly helped me prepare and be confident. Also in terms of not sticking to the generic framework! Again I just want to thank you for all the work you are doing. I cannot wait for the next phase of being an actual consultant. Looking forward to reading more of your material on this.

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