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2002 CBS Casebook_22 - Columbia Business School Management...

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Unformatted text preview: Columbia Business School Management Consulting Association Guidebook 2002 22 Please do not duplicate, copy, print or photocopy Consulting Questions – what you may hear or say QUESTIONS YOU MAY RECEIVE No list of these questions could be exhaustive, and this whole book is dedicated to answering this question, so this section will be brief. This list of questions is designed to help you think about the person you want to present yourself as in the interview. Whether explicitly or not, you are likely to be asked many of these questions. I suggest developing answers in advance as you should find ample opportunity to use them in response to these or other questions. • So, tell me about yourself. • What is your weakness? • What is your strength? • Your grades – please comment? • Why do you want to join this firm? • Why are you interested in management consulting? • Are you prepared to drop everything and travel?...
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