A Note FromThe Editors…
"When it comes to case interviews, thecliché 'practice makes perfect' works."
This book is a compilation of cases which Tuck students and alumni have received duringinterviews. The best way to use this book to prepare for interviews is to partner up with otherstudents and practice the cases with each other. Suggested frameworks and analyses followthe case questions. While these suggestions should help give you some direction, do not limityour analyses to the frameworks recommended with each case. There is not usually a “right”way to analyze the case, nor is there a “right” answer. Often, interviewers are more interestedin how you structure your thinking than in what “answer” you come up with. Use theframeworks you have learned in conjunction with your own personal, creative insights.Great thanks to everyone who has contributed to this guide. Special thanks to the followingindividuals for their work on the guide over the years:
Pavan Chahal T’94Vishy Ganapathy T’95Steve Ritchie T’95Karl Siebrecht T’96Raymond Yue T’96Sylvia Konze T’97Keri Dogan T’98Mike Gibney T’98Rohan Pal T’98Clay Adams T’99Carla Deykin T’99Kyle Keogh T’99
We in the Consulting Club sincerely hope that this guide continues to serve well the Tuck community.
Allen Gove T'00, Parag Desai T'00 & Mary Beth Keiller T'001999 Editors