Case Interview Guide - Video 5: Matching Case Questions to Case Interview Frameworks

One of the key tools that an interviewer expects you to use in almost all case interview questions is the case interview framework. A framework is a way to organize and structure your thoughts.

If a case interview is like a recipe for baking a cake, then the framework would be the equivalent of the "mix", "bake", and "decorate" sections of the recipe. If the transcript of a case interview were a book, the framework would be the major sections of the table of contents: Part I, Part II, Part III.

To learn more about the variety of case interview frameworks that should be in your toolkit and WHEN to use each framework, you'll want to watch video 5 of my case interview preparation video series.

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